Clinical Disaster Research Center

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Selected Books/Chapters

Schulenberg, S. E. (Ed.). (in press). Existential psychotherapy: Theories, methods, and practices. New York: Springer.

Russo-Netzer, P., Schulenberg, S. E., & Batthyany, A. (Eds.). (in press). To thrive, to cope, to understand – Meaning in positive and existential psychotherapy. New York: Springer.

Weathers, L. N., Aiena, B. J., Blackwell, M. A., & Schulenberg, S. E. (in press). The significance of meaning to conceptualizations of resilience and posttraumatic growth: Strengthening the foundation for research and practice. In P. Russo-Netzer, S. E. Schulenberg, & A. Batthyany (Eds.), To thrive, to cope, to understand – Meaning in positive and existential psychotherapy. New York: Springer.

Florez, I. A., Schulenberg, S. E., & Stewart, T. L. (2016). Meaning and automatic stereotyping: Advancing an agenda for research. Logotherapy and Existential Analysis: Proceedings of the Viktor Frankl Institute, Vienna (Vol. 1, pp. 107-124). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-29424-7_11

Schulenberg, S. E., Drescher, C. F., & Baczwaski, B. J. (2014). Perceived meaning and disaster mental health: A role for logotherapy in clinical-disaster psychology. In A. Batthyany and P. Russo-Netzer (Eds.), Meaning in positive and existential psychology (pp. 251-267). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-0308-5_15

Schulenberg, S. E., Sattler, J. M., & Renk, K. (2014). Intellectual disability. In J. M. Sattler, Foundations of behavioral, social, and clinical assessment of children (6th ed., pp. 517-537). San Diego, CA: Jerome M. Sattler.

Buchanan, E. M., Valentine, K. D., & Schulenberg, S. E. (2014). Exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis: Developing the Purpose in Life test – Short Form (PIL-SF). In P. Bindle (Ed.), Sage research methods cases. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. doi:10.4135/978144627305013517794