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DANIEL LUSTIG

Professor

Counsel Educations Psych Research

Office Location: 113 Patterson Hall

Phone: (901) 678-3941

Email: dlustig@memphis.edu

    • Lustig, D., Brown, C., & Lott, A. (1998). Reliability of the CareerScope Career Assessment and Reporting System. Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment, 31, 19 - 21.               
    • Lustig, D. (1996). Clinical judgment in vocational assessment. Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Bulletin, 29, 59-63. 
    • Lustig, D. (1996). Family adaptation to a young adult with mental retardation. Journal of  Rehabilitation, 62 (4), 22-27. 
    • Lustig, D., & Saura, K. (1996). Use of criterion-based comparisons in determining the appropriateness of vocational evaluation test modifications. Vocational        Evaluation and Work Adjustment Bulletin, 29(2), 15-18. 
    • Lustig, D. (1997). Families with an adult with mental retardation: Empirical family typologies. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 41, 138 - 157.   
    • Lustig, D., & Thomas, K. (1997). Adaptation of families to the entry of young adults with mental retardation into supported employment. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 32(1), 21-31.       
    • Vanden Boom, D. & Lustig, D. (1997). The relationship between employment status and quality of life among people with severe and persistent mental illness. Journal of  Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 28(4), 4-8.   
    • Kosciulek, J. & Lustig, D. (1998). Predicting family adaptation from brain injury-related Family stress. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 29 (1), 8 - 12.  
    • Lustig, D., Brown, C., Lott, A., & Larkin, V. (1998). Concurrent Validity of the CareerScope Career Assessment and Reporting System. Vocational Evaluation  and Work Adjustment Bulletin, 31, 28 - 31. 

            
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D., & John, S. (1998). A model of rehabilitation counseling case    conceptualization. Rehabilitation Education, 12, 181 - 191.
    • Weinrach, S., Lustig, D., Thomas, K., & Chan, F.  (1998). Publication patterns of the   Personnel and Guidance Journal/Journal of Counseling and Development - 1978-     1993. Journal of Counseling and Development, 76, 427 - 435.
    • Kosciulek, J. & Lustig, D. (1999). Differentiation of three brain injury family types. Brain Injury, 13, 245 - 254. 
    • Lustig, D. (1999). Family caregiving of adults with mental retardation: Key issues for rehabilitation counselors. Journal of Rehabilitation, 65 (2), 26 - 35. 
    • Lustig, D. (1999). Families with an adult with mental retardation: Predictors of family adjustment. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 30 (3), 11 - 18. 
    • Lustig, D.& Akey, T. (1999). Adaptation in families with adult children with mental  retardation: Impact of family strengths and appraisal. Education and Training in Mental Retardation  and Developmental Disabilities. 34, 260 - 270. 
    • Lustig, D. & Crowder, M. (2000). The quality of life of persons with severe and persistent mental illness: A typology based on cluster analysis. Journal of Applied  Rehabilitation Counseling, 31, (3), 22 - 29. 
    • Lustig, D., Rosenthal, D., Strauser, D., & Haynes, K. (2000). The relationship of sense of  coherence to life satisfaction for students with disabilities. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 43, 134 - 141. 
    • Strauser, D., & Lustig, D. (2001). The implications of posttraumatic stress disorder on vocational behavior and rehabilitation planning. Journal of Rehabilitation, 67(4), 26 - 30. 
    • Lustig, D. (2002). Family coping in families with a child with a disability. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 37 (1), 14 - 22. 
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2002). The relationship between sense of coherence and career thoughts. Career Development Quarterly, 51, 2 - 11. 
    • Lustig, D., Strauser, D., Rice, D., & Rucker, T. (2002). The relationship between working alliance and rehabilitation outcomes. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 46, 25 – 33. 
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D., Keim, J., Ketz, K., & Malesky, L. (2002). Analyzing the         differences in career thoughts based on disability status. Journal of Rehabilitation, 68 (1), 27 - 32.
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2003). An empirical typology of career thoughts of   individuals with a disability. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 46, 98 – 107.
    • Lustig, D., Strauser, D., & Donnell, C. (2003) Quality employment outcomes: Benefits for individuals with disabilities. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 47, 5 - 14.
    • Lustig, D., Strauser, D., Weems, G., Donnell, C., & Smith, L. (2003). Traumatic brain injury and rehabilitation outcomes: Does working alliance make a difference? Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 34, (4), 30 – 37. 
    • Rucker,T., Rice, N., Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2003). Gender differences in             rehabilitation counseling consumer involvement and employment outcome.          Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 34 (2), 22-26.
    • Strauser, D., & Lustig, D. (2003). The moderating effect of Sense of Coherence on work adjustment. Journal of Employment Counseling, 40, 129 – 140. 
    • Weems, G. H., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Lustig, D. C. (2003). Profiles of respondents who  respond inconsistently to positively- and negatively-worded items on rating scales. Evaluation and Research in Education, 17(1), 45-60. 
    • Donnell, C., Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2004). Working alliance: Rehabilitation outcomes for persons with severe mental illness. Journal of Rehabilitation, 70 (2), 11 - 18. 
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2004). Editorial: Poverty and disability. Journal of Rehabilitation, 70 (3), 3 – 4. 
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2004). Editorial: Effect size and rehabilitation research. Journal of Rehabilitation, 70 (4), 3 – 4. 
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2004). Editorial: A living wage for individuals with    disabilities: Implications for rehabilitation professionals. Journal of  Rehabilitation, 70 (2), 3 – 4. 
    • Lustig, D & Strauser, D. (2004). Employee benefits for individuals with disabilities: The effect of race and gender. Journal of Rehabilitation, 70 (2), 38 - 46.  
    • Lustig, D., Strauser, D., & Weems, G. (2004). Rehabilitation service patterns: A rural/urban comparison of success factors. Journal of Rehabilitation, 70 (3), 13 – 19.  
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D. & Donnell, C. (2004). The relationship between working alliance and therapeutic outcomes for individuals with mild mental retardation. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 47, 215 - 223. 
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D., & Uruk, A. (2004). Differences in career thoughts between individuals with and without disabilities: Do they really exist? Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 35, 25 – 31. 
    • Hein, S., Lustig, D., & Uruk, A. (2005). Consumers’ recommendations to improve satisfaction with rehabilitation services: A qualitative study. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 49, 29 – 39. 
    • Lustig, D. (2005). The adjustment process for individuals with spinal cord injury: The impact of perceived pre-morbid sense of coherence. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 48, 146 – 156. 
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D., Cogdal, P., & Uruk, A. (2005). Trauma symptoms: Relationship with career thoughts, vocational identity, and developmental work personality. Career Development Quarterly, 54, 346 - 360.
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2006). Editorial: Being informed. Journal of Rehabilitation, 72 (2), 3 –  4. 
    • Strauser, D.R., Lustig, D., & Uruk, A.C. (2006). Examining the moderating effect ofdisability status on the relationship between PTSD symptomatology and select career variables. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 49, 90 – 101.
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (in press). The impact of sense of coherence on career thoughts for individuals with disabilities. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. 
    • Strauser, D, .Lustig, D., & Uruk, A. (2007). Differences in self-reported trauma symptomatology between individuals with and without disability: An exploratory analysis. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 50, 216 - 225
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2007). The causal relationship between chronic poverty and disability. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 50, 194 - 202.  
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D., & Leierer, S. (in progress). Examining the structure of the Career Thoughts Inventory. 
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D., & Urok, A. (2008). Psychological well-being:  Relationship with work personality, vocational identity, and career thoughts.  The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 142, 21 - 35.
    • Strauser, D., Lustig, D., & Leierer, S. (in progress). Developmental work personality: A   theoretical analysis.   
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2009). Rehabilitation counseling graduate students’ preferences for employment: Agreement between actual and percived job tasks of state-federal vocational rehabilitation counselors. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 52, 179 - 188. 
    • Lustig, D., & Strauser, D. (2010). Health benefits for individuals with disabilities: Comparison of access rate with workers in the general population. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 53, 87 - 95.   
    • Staruser, D., Lustig, D., & O'Sullivan, D. (2010). Working alliance and vocational outcomes of cancer survivors. An initial analysis. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 33, 271 - 274. 
    • Strauser, D., Zanskas, S., & Lustig, D., (in press). Career readiness and individuals with
    •             disabilities. Rehabilitation Research, Policy and Education.
    • Lustig, D., Zanskas, S. & Ishitani, T. (in press). Perceived barriers to employment success: Are there differences between Caucasian and African American VR consumers? Rehabilitation Research, Policy and Education.
    • Lustig, D., Zanskas, S. Strauser, D. & Ishitani, T. (in press). The relationship between psychological distress and career thoughts. Journal of Rehabilitation.


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