Resource List

This compilation contains selected materials that refer to the Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS).  Items have been excluded if they are duplicates; for example, a professionally recorded cassette tape appears on the list only if the material is not available elsewhere.  Published works that focus primarily on the DDS are indicated by the first word of the reference being in BOLD CAPS.  In the interest of simplicity and clarity, entries diverge as necessary from one single bibliographic style.

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Alyamy, A. M. S.  (1995).  The effect of graphic reenactment art therapy on three hospitalized psychiatric patients in Saudi Arabia.  Thesis (Art Education) leading to a Ph.D. in The Graduate School of Visual Arts, The Pennsylvania State University.  Available at http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Effect_of_Graphic_Reenactment_Art_Th.html?id=rJmxnQEACAAJ

Al-Yami, A. S.  (2008).  Art Therapy:  Its history, concept, theories, and applications [Arabic]. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia:  King Saud University Press.

Anderson, J.  (1997).  Tree drawings as isomorphic representations of disturbance in female body image.  Poster session on DDS trees and eating disorders, American Art Therapy Association, Milwaukee, WI. 

Benjamin, L. T., Hopkins, J. R., & Nation, J. R.  (1987).  Psychology.  Macmillan, p. 447.

Berliner, J. J.  (1998).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series as a tool to aid in treatment plan development.  Paper prepared for the Graduate Program in Art Therapy, The George Washington University.

Betts, D. J.  (2005).  A systematic analysis of art therapy assessment and rating instrument literature.  Dissertation, Department of Art Education, School of Visual Arts and Dance, The Florida State University. 

Billingsley, G. (1999).  The efficacy of the Diagnostic Drawing Series with substance related disordered clients (outpatient, art therapy).  Dissertation Abstracts International, 59, 10B.  (University Microfilms).

Bosman, J. ,& Wesseling, M. (2010).  Eigen zijn binnen diagnostic: Een onderzoek naar de bijdragen van de diagnostische instrumenten de Diagnostic Drawing Series en de Rutten-Saris index Grafische Elementen bin diagnostic van volwassenen met het syndrome van Asperger. [A study of the contributions of the Diagnostic Drawing Series and Rutten-Saris Index of Graphic Elements in the diagnosis of adult patients with Aspergers Syndrome.] Assisted by Bert Heskens. Paper prepared for the University of Arnhem and Nijmegen. Available in Dutch online at http://www.surfsharekit.nl:8080/get/smpid:9867/DS1  Machine-assisted English translation available from the DDS Archive.

Bovingdon, M., Ritnour, M. M., Roy, A. L., & Talbert, C.  (2009).  An examination of differences between adult and adolescent controls using the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Paper prepared for the Graduate Program in Art Therapy, Antioch University Seattle.  Presented at AATA, 2009.

Bowyer, K. A.  (1995).  Research using the Diagnostic Drawing Series and the PPAT with an elderly population.  Paper prepared for the Graduate Program in Art Therapy, The George Washington University. 

Brooke, S. L.  (1996).  A therapist's guide to art therapy assessments.  Springfield:  Charles C Thomas.

Brown, K. E.  (1995).  Comparison of color use in drawings by psychiatric patients diagnosed with mood disorder.  Paper prepared for the Graduate Program in Art Therapy, The George Washington University. 

Brudenell, T. J.  (1989).  Art representations as functions of depressive state longitudinal studies in chronic childhood and adolescent depression.  Unpublished Master's thesis, College of Notre Dame, California.

Burt, H.  (1996).  Beyond practice:  A postmodern feminist perspective on art therapy research.  Art Therapy, 13(1), 12-19.  See also:  Mills, A.  (1997).  Commentary (regarding this article).  Art Therapy, 14(1), 5-7; and Ms. Burt's response in the same issue, p. 7. 

Coffey, T. M.  (1997).  The use of the Diagnostic Drawing Series with an adolescent population.  Unpublished manuscript.

Cohen, B. M. (Ed.).  (1985).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series Handbook.  (Available from Barry M. Cohen, P.O. Box 9853, Alexandria, Virginia, USA  22304. Inquiries at landmarc@cox.net)
Cohen, B. M.  (Ed.).  (1985).  DDS Newsletter.
Cohen, B. M.  (Ed.).  (1985).  DDS Newsletter, 1(2).
Cohen, B. M.  (Ed.).  (1986).  DDS Newsletter, 1(3).
Mills, A., & Cohen, B. M.  (Eds.).  (1993).  DDS Newsletter, 3(1).
Mills, A., & Cohen, B. M.  (Eds.).  (1997).  DDS Newsletter, 4(1).  (Available from B. M. Cohen, P.O. Box 9853, Alexandria, VA  22304. Inquiries at landmarc@cox.net)

Cohen, B. M. (Ed.).  (1986/1994/2012).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series Rating Guide.  (Available from Barry M. Cohen, P.O. Box 9853, Alexandria, Virginia, USA  22304. Inquiries at landmarc@cox.net)

COHEN, B. M.  (1986).  Een nieuwe tekentest [A new diagnostic test - Dutch]. Psychologie, Amsterdam, April.

Cohen, B. M.  (Speaker).  (1989).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series in the integration process of multiple personality disorder (Cassette No. B291-43).  Garden Grove, CA:  Infomedix.

COHEN, B. M.  (1990).  Diagnostic Drawing Series.  In I. Jakab, (Ed.), Stress management through art:  Proceedings of the International Congress of Psychopathology of Expression.  (pp. 123-130).  Boston:  American Society for the Psychopathology of Expression. 

COHEN, B. M.  (2004).  Foreword.  In S. Brooke, Tools of the trade:  A therapist’s guide to art therapy assessments.  Springfield, IL:  Charles C. Thomas. 

Cohen, B. M., & Anonymous.  (1987).  Wiz.  Unpublished computer program.

Cohen, B. M., Alberts, L. A., Cheyne-King, S., Tripp, T., & Mills, A.  (Speakers).  (1986).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Research update.  (Cassette Recording No. S303-6).  Garden Grove, CA:  Infomedix.

Cohen, B. M., Cox, C. T., Mills, A., & Sobol, B.  (Speakers).  (1990).  Art by abuse survivors:  A lifecycle (Cassette No. 569-05-90).  Alexandria, VA: Audio Transcripts.

COHEN, B. M., Hammer, J. S., & Singer, S.  (1988).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  A systematic approach to art therapy evaluation and research.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, l5(1), 11-21.

COHEN, B. M., Mills, A., & Kijak, A. K.  (1994).  An introduction to the Diagnostic Drawing Series:  A standardized tool for diagnostic and clinical use.  Art Therapy, 11 (2), pp. 105-110.

COHEN, B. M., & Mills, A.  (1999).  Skin/paper/bark:  Body image, trauma, and the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  In J. Goodwin & R. Attias (Eds.), Splintered reflections:  Images of the body in trauma (pp. 203-221).  New York: Basic Books. 

Cohen, B. M., & Mills, A.  (2000).  Report on the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  (Distributed during 2000 by The DDS Project, P. O. Box 9853, Alexandria, VA 22304).

Cohen, R., & Cohen, B. M.  (1991).  DDS Content Checklist.  Unpublished manuscript.

Conrad, S.  (2010).  Utility of drawings as a screen for emotional and behavioral concerns in adolescents:  An exploration of formal elements in drawings and the BASC-2.  Partial fulfillment of doctoral studies in Psychology and Research in Education at the University of Kansas.  Available at
http://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/dspace/bitstream/1808/7088/1/Conrad_ku_0099D_10989_DATA_1.pdf

Couch, J. B.  (1992).  A study of the formal aspects and content of drawings from the Diagnostic Drawing Series of patients diagnosed with organic mental syndrome compared with elderly people with no apparent neurological dysfunction.  Paper prepared for the Graduate Program in Art Therapy, The George Washington University.

COUCH, J. B.  (1994).  Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Research with older people diagnosed with organic mental syndrome and disorders.  Art Therapy, 11(2), 111-115.

Cox, C. T. (Speaker).  (1989).  Analysis of color usage, in The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Its use in clinical practice.  Unpublished paper presented as part of preconference course, American Art Therapy Association national conference.  Taught by B. M. Cohen, A. Mills, C. T. Cox, J. N. Creekmore, C. Leavitt, and Y. Yamashita.  San Francisco, CA.

Cox, C.T., Agell, G., Cohen, B.M., & Gantt, L. (2000). Are you assessing what I’m assessing? Let’s take a look. American Journal of Art Therapy, 39(2), 48-67.  

Creekmore, J.  (1989).  DDS Tree Rating Scale, including comparison of trees drawn in first and second picture. Unpublished paper presented as part of preconference course, American Art Therapy Association national conference. San Francisco, CA.

CREEKMORE, J.  (copyright 1989).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series Tree Scale.  In:  M.B. Morris, (1995).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series and the Tree Rating Scale:  An isomorphic representation of multiple personality disorder, major depression, and schizophrenia populations.  Art Therapy, 12(2), pp. 118-128.

Dakse, E.  (2013).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series adaptation in Latvia and its application in art therapy according to BDA-II criteria for adult Major Depression.  [Latvian].  Prepared for Rigas Stradina Universitaté, Riga, Latvia.  “The results of the research corresponds to the earlier findings – the differences in drawings between Major Depression sample and control groups do exist.”

Des Marais, S., & Barnes, M. M.  (1993).  PTSD DDSs.  Unpublished paper. 

Des Marais, S.  (1996).  (Speaker).  Working toward closure:  Art therapy with soldiers of the Gulf War (Cassette Recording No. 123).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video, Inc.

Dzene, D.  (2013).  Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) test adaptation in Latvia and its specific characteristic marks in the structure of drawings of schizophrenia patients [Latvian]. Prepared for Rigas Stradina Universitaté, Riga, Latvia.  "As a result, the author of the research concluded that specific characteristic marks in the structure of drawings of schizophrenia patients do exist, and differences in the structure of drawings made by the groups of schizophrenia patients and…well persons also do exist".

Endler, E. J., & Huertas, V. M.  (1998).  (Speakers).  A treatment outcome study using the Diagnostic Drawing Series and the MMPI-A (Cassette Recording No. 37).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video.  Audio file available from the DDS Archive.

Feder, B., & Feder, E.  (1998).  The art and science of evaluation in the arts therapies:  How do you know what's working?  Springfield, IL:  Charles C Thomas. [See also 2nd Ed. - Cruz, R.F. & Feder, B. (2013)]

Ford, A., Stroh, A., Mills, A., & Blyler, D.  (2006).  The graphic profile of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Presented at annual national meeting of American Art Therapy Association, New Orleans, LA.

Fowler, J.  (April, 2001).  De Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Een persoonlijke geschiedenis [The DDS:  A personal history].  Salrst [Newsletter for Dutch art therapists in private practice].

FOWLER, J.  (2001).  De Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Structurele kenmerken van tekeningen als diagnostisch instrument [The DDS:  Structural properties as an assessment instrument].  Tijdschrift voor Creatieve Therapie [Dutch Art Therapy journal], 3, 28-31. 

Fowler, J. P.  (2001).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series in the assessment of dissociative disorders in the Netherlands:  Implications for the development of a multi-dimensional model of art-based assessment.  Unpublished master's thesis, University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands. 

FOWLER, J. P., & Ardon, A. M.   (2002).  Diagnostic Drawing Series and dissociative disorders:  A Dutch study.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 29(4), 221-230.  Abstract in English available online: http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/database/26041/ 

Fowler, J. P., Cohen, B. M., & Mills, A.  (Manuscript submitted for publication).  Dimensions of dissociation in the Diagnostic Drawing Series. 

Gilroy, A.  (1992).  Research in art therapy.  In:  D. Waller & A. Gilroy, (Eds.), Art therapy: A handbook (pp. 229-247).  Buckingham:  Open University Press.

Glaves, K. J., Hohlbein, J., & Rosenzweig, S.  (2012). A standardized assessment for differentiation of self: An evaluation of the potential of the Diagnostic Drawing Series.
Antioch University, Seattle.

Gray, S. K.  (2013).  Comparison of artistic regression in the drawings of patients diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder and a non-diagnosed sample.  Master’s thesis, The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY.
 
GULBRO-LEAVITT,  C., & Schimmel, B.  (1991).  Brief report:  Assessing depression in children and adolescents using the Diagnostic Drawing Series modified for children (DDS-C).  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 18(4), 353-356.

Gunnarsson, B.  (2008). The Tree Theme Method:  An Occupational Therapy intervention applied in outpatient psychiatric care.  Dissertation prepared for Lund University, Division of Occupational Therapy and Gerontology, Department of Health Sciences, Sweden.  Full English text available online at: http://lup.lub.lu.se/luur/download?func=downloadFile&recordOId=1267114&fileOId=1267585

Hacking, S., Foreman, D., & Belcher, J.  (1996).  The Descriptive Assessment for Psychiatric Art:  A new way of quantifying paintings by psychiatric patients.  Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 184(7), 425-430. 

HEIJTMAJER, O. A., & Cohen, B. M.  (Speakers).  (1993).  MPD and the DDS:  A Dutch replication study.  In:  B. G. Braun, (Ed.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Multiple Personality/ Dissociative States.  Chicago:  Rush Hospital.  Audiotape:  Audio Transcripts, Alexandria, VA. 

Heijtmajer, O., & Fowler, J.  (1998).  The use of the Diagnostic Drawing Series in the identification of dissociative disorders, clinical pactice and research findings.  Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation, England. 

Hoglan, H., & Tarr, O.  (2009).  Discovering graphic indicators of PTSD in adolescents.  Paper prepared for Antioch University Seattle.  Presented at AATA, 2009.

ICHIKI, Y., Naito, A., & Kanai, N.  (2005).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series—Drawing in different paper size:  The future application of the Diagnostic Drawing Series in Japan [Japanese with English summary].  Japanese Bulletin of Art Therapy, 36(1, 2), 65 – 72.

ICHIKI, Y.  (2009).  The research of the art-making process in assessment influenced by different drawing materials [Japanese].  Bulletin of Koshien University, No. 37.

International Society for the Study of Dissociation.  (2005).  Guidelines for treating Dissociative Identity Disorder in Adults.  Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 6(4), 69-149.   Also available online  http://www.isst-d.org/default.asp?contentID=49  

Johnson, K.  (1997).  (Speaker).  Choosing an art therapy assessment:  The Diagnostic Drawing Series in clinical practice (Cassette Recording No. 38).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video, Inc.

Johnson, K. M.  (2004).  The use of the Diagnostic Drawing Series in the diagnosis of bipolar disorder.  (Doctoral dissertation, Seattle Pacific University).  Available from http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Use_of_the_Diagnostic_Drawing_Series.html?id=MUnmNwAACAAJ

Julliard, K., & Van Den Heuvel, G.  (1997).  (Speakers).  A treasure for art therapy:  Suzanne K. Langer, art and mind (Cassette Recording No.  124-74).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video.

KESSLER, K.  (1994).  A study of the Diagnostic Drawing Series with eating disordered patients.  Art Therapy, 11(2), 116-118.

Cheyne-King, S. E.  (1990).  Effects of brain injury on visual perception and art production.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 17, 69-74.

Kopytin, A. (2008). Арт-терапия жертв насилия. Москва: Издательство Института Психотерапии  [Art therapy with victims of abuse].  Moscow:  Institute of Psychotherapy Publishing House.  [Russian].   

Kress, T.  (Speaker).  (1992).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series and multiple personality disorder:  A validation study (Cassette No. 55).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video.   

Landelijke Stuurgroep Multidisciplinaire Richtlijnontwikkeling in de GGZ [National Steering Committee on Multidisciplinary Guideline Development in Mental Health]  (2008). Multidisciplinaire richtlijn persoonlijkheidsstoornissen. Richtlijn voor de diagnostiek en behandeling van volwassen patiënten met een persoonlijkheidsstoornis [Multidisciplinary Directive personality disorders. Guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of adult patients with personality disorders].  Utrecht: Trimbos Instituut.  [Dutch]

Leavitt, C. G.  (1988).  A validity study of the Diagnostic Drawing Series as used for assessing depression in children and adolescents.  (Doctoral dissertation, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles).

Levitt, C. E.  (2005).  Color and depression in the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Unpublished Master's thesis, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia. 
Loffeld, M. (2007) De taal van de tekening: De DDS tijdens de oriëntatiefase van langer in Nederland verblijvende vluchtelingen. [The Diagnostic Drawing Series during the orientation phase of longterm refugees residing in the Netherlands.] Assisted by Professor Huub Notermans from HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. Paper prepared for HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. Available in Dutch online at http://www.hbo-kennisbank.nl/nl/page/hborecord.view/?uploadId=utrechthogeschool%3Aoai%3Arepository.hu.nl%3A9081  Machine-assisted English translation available from the DDS Archive.

McHugh, C.  (1997).  A comparative study of structural aspects of drawings between individuals diagnosed with major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder in the manic phase.  Unpublished master's thesis, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, Virginia. 

Miesen, A., & Baumann, M. (2013). Bomen in Beeld: Een onderzoek naar beeldkenmerken in boomtekeningen van ouderen met een depressieve stoornis via de BeeldWaarNemings-lijst. [Tree pictures: A study of image characteristics in tree drawings of older adults with major depressive disorder using the BeeldWaarNemings list.] Paper prepared for the University of Arnhem and Nijmegen. Available online in Dutch at http://www.surfsharekit.nl:8080/get/smpid:15993/DS1  Machine-assisted English translation available from the DDS Archive.

Milligan, L.  (1997).  A barbed wire garden:  Art therapy in a maximum security prison for adolescents.  In D. Gussak & E. Virshup (Eds.), Drawing time:  Art therapy in prisons and other correctional settings (pp. 175-186).  Chicago:  Magnolia Street. 

Mills, A.  (Speaker).  (1988).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  The borderline personality disorder sample (Cassette Recording No. W327-39).  Garden Grove, CA:  Infomedix.

Mills, A.  (1989).  A statistical study of the formal aspects of the Diagnostic Drawing Series of Borderline Personality disordered patients, and its context in contemporary Art Therapy.  Unpublished Master's thesis, Concordia University, Montreal.  Available at http://spectrum.library.concordia.ca/4661/

Mills, A.  (1994).  The DDS Style Guide.  (Available from B. M. Cohen, P.O. Box 9853, Alexandria, Virginia, USA 22304. Inquiries at landmarc@cox.net)

Mills, A.  (1995).  Outpatient art therapy with multiple personality disorder:  A survey of current practice.  Art Therapy, 12(4), 253-256.

Mills, A.  (1995).  A practical review and integration of all Diagnostic Drawing Series research findings (Cassette Recording No. 58-154).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video.

MILLS, A.  (2003)  The Diagnostic Drawing Series. In C. Malchiodi (Ed.), Handbook of Art Therapy, pp. 401-109.  New York:  Guilford.

MILLS, A., & Cohen, B. M.  (1993).  Facilitating the identification of multiple personality disorder through art:  The Diagnostic Drawing Series.  In E. Kluft (Ed.), Expressive and functional therapies in the treatment of multiple personality disorder.  Springfield:  Charles C Thomas.

Mills, A., & Cohen, B. M.  (2001).  How do normal people draw?  (Cassette Recording No. 1023).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video. 

MILLS, A., Cohen, B. M., & Meneses, J. Z.  (1993).  Reliability and validity tests of the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 20 (1), 83-88.

Mills, A., & Goodwin, R.  (1991).  An informal survey of assessment use in child art therapy.  Art Therapy, 8(2), 10-13.

Mills, A., Goodwin, R., & Yamashita, Y.  (1992).  Art assessments used with children by art therapists in North America [Japanese].  Studies in Clinical Application of Drawings, VII (September).

Mills, A., & Yamashita, Y.  (1996).  (Speakers).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series in Japan (Cassette Recording No. 51).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video.

Mills, A., Yamashita, Y., & Tomoda, R.  (1994, October).  Comparison of drawings of Japanese and American schizophrenics:  The Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Paper presented at the meeting of the XIVth International Congress of Psychopathology of Expression & Artstherapy, Kyoto, Japan.

Mitchell, C.  (1995).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Research with male inmates incarcerated for murder.  Unpublished Master's thesis, College of Notre Dame, Belmont, CA.

Morf, M.  (2007).  The study of the Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS) as an assessment for college students.  Paper prepared for Springfield College.  Available from http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Study_of_the_Diagnostic_Drawing_Seri.html?id=wtZkNwAACAAJ

MORRIS, M. B.  (1995).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series and the Tree Rating Scale:  An isomorphic representation of multiple personality disorder, major depression, and schizophrenia populations.  Art Therapy, 12(2), pp. 118-128.

Mucci, N. B. (2011). Use of the Diagnostic Drawing Series in identifying Schizoaffective Disorder: A pilot study. (Unpublished master's thesis). Antioch University, Seattle. 

Mullis, M., Mills, A., & Blyler, D.  (2006).  Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Substance abuse sample analysis. Presented at the annual national conference of the American Art Therapy Association, New Orleans, LA.

Neale, E. L.  (1991).  The Children's Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Unpublished master's thesis, University of Louisville, KY.

NEALE, E. L.  (1994).  The Children's Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Art Therapy, 11(2), 119-126.

Neale, E. L., & Rosal, M. L.  (1993).  What can art therapists learn from the research on projective drawing techniques for children?  A review of the literature.  The Arts in Psychotherapy, 20(1), 37-50.

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Psychiatrie, et al. (2009, Eerste revisie).  Richtlijnherziening van de Multidisciplinaire richtlijn:  Depressie.  Richlijn voor de diagnostiek, behandeling en begeleiding van volwassen patiënten met een depressieve stoornis.  [Dutch National Multidisciplinary Guidelines for Mental Health Diagnosis and Treatment: Directives Review of the Multidisciplinary Approach. Depression (first edition) Directive for the diagnosis, treatment, and support of adult patients with a depressive disorder.]

Oster, G. D., & Montgomery, S. S. (1996).  Clinical uses of drawings.  Northvale, NJ:  Jason Aronson.

Percoskie, S.  (1997).  Art therapy with the Alzheimer’s client.  The Humanistic Psychologist, 25, 208 - 211.

Radstake, N. (2012).  Dus een Boom: Een inventariserend onderzoek naar de meerqaarde van de DDS in het diagnosticeren van NLD. [A survey on the value of the Diagnostic Drawing Series in diagnosing Non-Verbal Learning Disorder (NLD)].  Assisted by Madelon Eelderink. Paper prepared for the University of Arnhem and Nijmegen. Available online in Dutch at  http://www.surfsharekit.nl:8080/get/smpid:14075/DS1  Machine-assisted English translation available from the DDS Archive.

RANKIN, A.  (1994).  Tree drawings and trauma indicators:  A comparison of past research with current findings from the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Art Therapy, 11(2), 127-130.

Ricca, D.  (1992).  Utilizing the Diagnostic Drawing Series as a tool in differentiating a diagnosis between multiple personality disorder and schizophrenia.  Unpublished master's thesis, Hahnemann University, Philadelphia.  Available at http://books.google.com/books/about/Utilizing_the_Diagnostic_Drawing_Series.html?id=y0bJHAAACAAJ

Ritter, D.  (2008). The art of suicide –The pain in paintings. Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the University of Hertfordshire for the Degree of Doctor of Clinical Psychology.

Shlagman, H.  (1996).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  A comparison of psychiatric inpatient adolescents in crisis with non-hospitalized youth.  Unpublished master's thesis, The College of Notre Dame, Belmont, California.

Sobol, B., & Cox, C. T.  (Speakers).  (1992).  Art and childhood dissociation:  Research with sexually abused children (Cassette No. 59).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video.

Spaulding, K.  (2009). The Diagnostic Drawing Series as a Tool in Detecting Body
Image Disturbances in Patients with Binge Eating Disorder/
Determining Body Image Disturbances in Binge Eating Disorder Using an Art Therapy Assessment.  Unpublished master’s thesis, Marywood University.  Available from DDS Archive.

Sundaram, R., Dudley, A., & McClain, G.  (Speakers).  (1999).  Using the Diagnostic Drawing Series (DDS-C) with older siblings of hearing-impaired children (Cassette Recording No. 1046).  Denver, CO:  National Audio Video. 

Teneycke, T.  (1998).  Eating disorders and affective disorders:  Is there a connection?  A study involving the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Bachelor's thesis prepared for the Psychology Department, University of Regina, Canada. 

Teneycke, T., Ranaldi, A., Luff, C., Ringgold, N., Whitsitt, L., & Hoshino, J.  (2001).  Opening boundaries through integrative therapies:  Exploring body image through art and yoga.  Poster session, American Art Therapy Association, Albuquerque, NM. 

Toebast, S., & van Haandel, J.  (2006).  DDS and antisocial personality disorder: A study of specific signs of anti-social personality disorder [Dutch].  Paper prepared for HAN University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 

TURKINGTON, C.  (1985).  Therapist seeks correlation between diagnosis, drawings.  APA Monitor, 16(4), 34-36.

van den Boomen, E., Debie, Z., de Langen, T., van Lijssel, L., Olijerhoek, T., & Verweijen, J.  (2013). PDD-NOS teken(t) je so!  Onderzoek naar beeldkenmerken in de DDS series bij jongens van 11 en 12 jaar met PDD-NOS.  [An exploration of features found in Diagnostic Drawing Series drawn by 11 and 12 year-old youth diagnosed with Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified.]  Assisted by Professor Bert Henskens from the Netherlands National Working Group on the DDS.  Available online in Dutch at http://www.surfsharekit.nl:8080/get/smpid:16039/DS1/   Machine-assisted translation to English available from DDS Archive.

van Dooren, K.  (2010).  Review of Dutch research on the Diagnostic Drawing Series.  Presented at the Expressive Therapies Summit, New York.

Wade, C., & Tavris, C.  (1st and 2nd editions, 1987 & 1990).  Psychology, p. 604.  New York:  Harper & Row.

Wadeson, H.  (Ed.).  (1992).  A guide to conducting art therapy research.  Mundelein, IL:  American Art Therapy Association.

Wallace, P.  (1993).  Art therapy with dissociative disorder patients.  In E. Virshup (Ed.), California art therapy trends (pp. 117-128).  Chicago:  Magnolia Street Publishers. 

Wheeler, C., Harris, C., Mills, A., & Blyler, D.  (2006).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  A sample of people with eating disorders.  Presented at the annual national conference of the American Art Therapy Association, New Orleans, LA.

WOODWARD, S.  (1998).  Usefulness of the Child Diagnostic Drawing Series within the child witness to domestic violence population.  Canadian Art Therapy Journal, 12(1), 11-33.

Yahnke, L.  (2000).  The Diagnostic Drawing Series as an assessment for children who have witnessed marital violence.  Doctoral dissertation, Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, Minneapolis, MN.  Available from http://books.google.com/books/about/Diagnostic_Drawing_Series_as_an_Assessme.html?id=CXAUHAAACAAJ

Yamashita, Y.  (Speaker).  (1989).  Analysis of Japanese general psychiatric population, in The Diagnostic Drawing Series:  Its use in clinical practice.  Unpublished paper presented as part of preconference course, American Art Therapy Association national conference.  Taught by B. M. Cohen, A. Mills, C. T. Cox, J. N. Creekmore, C. Leavitt, and Y. Yamashita.  San Francisco, CA.