2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
1997 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
David L. Blustein mostly deals with Social psychology, Career development, Vocational education, Developmental psychology and Process. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Development theory and Higher education. His Career development study is concerned with the field of Pedagogy as a whole.
David L. Blustein interconnects Critical thinking, Industrial and organizational psychology, Core relational theme and Social theory in the investigation of issues within Vocational education. His study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social change, Critical consciousness, Career choice and Agency. His work deals with themes such as Asian psychology and Critical psychology, which intersect with Counseling psychology.
David L. Blustein focuses on Career development, Social psychology, Vocational education, Pedagogy and Career counseling. As part of the same scientific family, David L. Blustein usually focuses on Career development, concentrating on Counseling psychology and intersecting with Critical psychology. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Developmental psychology and Higher education.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Public policy, Industrial and organizational psychology and Public relations in addition to Vocational education. His work on School-to-work transition is typically connected to Psychological intervention as part of general Pedagogy study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Career counseling study combines topics in areas such as Psychotherapist, Social constructionism and Scholarship.
David L. Blustein mainly investigates Career development, Vocational education, Social psychology, Engineering ethics and Unemployment. His work in Career development covers topics such as Public relations which are related to areas like Coping and Work-based learning. His Vocational education research incorporates themes from Social cognitive theory, Critical psychology and Media studies.
His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Prosperity and Well-being. His Engineering ethics research incorporates elements of Work experience, Work environment and Social theory. His Unemployment research includes themes of Precarious work and Development economics.
David L. Blustein mainly focuses on Social psychology, Unemployment, Career development, Job satisfaction and Exploratory factor analysis. His work on Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory as part of general Social psychology research is frequently linked to Relevance, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies in Unemployment integrate themes in fields like Precarious work, Existentialism and Self-esteem.
His Precarious work study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Grief, Underemployment and Fundamental human needs. His Career development research includes elements of Transformative learning, Critical thinking and Public relations. His Job satisfaction research focuses on Well-being and how it connects with Life satisfaction and Industrial and organizational psychology.
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The Psychology of Working: A New Perspective for Career Development, Counseling, and Public Policy
David Larry Blustein.
The role of work in psychological health and well-being: a conceptual, historical, and public policy perspective.
David L. Blustein.
Contributions of Psychological Separation and Parental Attachment to the Career Development Process.
David L. Blustein;Marie M. Walbridge;Myrna L. Friedlander;Donna E. Palladino.
The Psychology of Working Theory.
Ryan D. Duffy;David L. Blustein;Matthew A. Diemer;Kelsey L. Autin.
The role of goal instability and career self-efficacy in the career exploration process
David L Blustein.
A relational theory of working
David L. Blustein.
A Context-Rich Perspective of Career Exploration Across the Life Roles
David L. Blustein.
The Role of Perceived Barriers and Relational Support in the Educational and Vocational Lives of Urban High School Students.
Maureen E. Kenny;David L. Blustein;Anna Chaves;Jennifer M. Grossman.
Attachment Theory and Career Development Current Status and Future Directions
David L. Blustein;Michael S. Prezioso;Donna Palladino Schultheiss.
Voices of the Forgotten Half: The Role of Social Class in the School-to-Work Transition.
David L. Blustein;Anna P. Chaves;Matthew A. Diemer;Laura A. Gallagher.
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