Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation

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Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation
ISSN print
1052-2263
ISSN online
1878-6316
Volume
46-47; 6 issues
Status
Last issue (46:3) online on 02 June 2017
Next issue
47:1 scheduled for August 2017
Back volumes
2-45
Subject
Biochemistry, Medicine & Health, Rehabilitation & Assistive Technology
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The Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation will provide a forum for discussion and dissemination of information about the major areas that constitute vocational rehabilitation. Periodically, there will be topics that are directed either to specific themes such as long-term care or different disability groups such as those with psychiatric impairment. Often a guest editor who is an expert in the given area will provide leadership on a specific topic issue. However, all articles received directly or submitted for a special issue are welcome for peer review. The emphasis will be on publishing rehabilitation articles that have immediate application for helping rehabilitation counselors, psychologists and other professionals in providing direct services to people with disabilities. Original research articles, review articles, program descriptions, and case studies will be considered for publication. Ideas for special topical issues are welcomed as well.

Editor-in-Chief
P.H. Wehman, PhD
Virginia Commonwealth University
Rehabilitation Research and Training Cente on Workplace Supports
1314 West Main Street
PO Box 842011
Richmond, VA 23284-2011
USA
Tel.: +1 804 828 1851
Fax:+1 804 828 2193
Email: pwehman@vcu.org

Technical Editor
Roberta S. Martin
Virginia Commonwealth University
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Richmond, VA
USA
Tel.: +1 804 827 0749
Fax:+1 804 828 2193
Email: rsmartin@vcu.edu


Editorial Board
M. Agran, PhD
Department of Professional Studies
Department 3374
University of Wyoming
1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
USA
Email: magran@uwyo.edu

R. Alston, PhD
Kinesiology & Community Health
120 Huff Hall
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1206 S Fourth
M/C 588
Champaign, IL 61820
USA
Email: alston@illinois.edu

C. Anderson, PhD, CRC
Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute
University of Wisconsin-Stout
221 10th Avenue East
Room 201E
Menomonie, WI 54751
USA
Email: andersoncay@uwstout.edu

A.J. Armstrong, PhD, CRC
Rehabilitation Counseling
Virginia Commonwealth University
PO Box 980330
Richmond, VA 23298
USA
Email: ajarmstr@vcu.edu

R. Baer, PhD
Center for Innovation in Transition & Employment
202 White Hall
Kent State University
Kent, OH 44242-0001
USA
Email: rbaer@kent.edu

L.M. Bambara, PhD
College of Education
Lacocca Hall, Room A313
Lehigh University
111 Research Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015
USA
Email: lmb1@lehigh.edu

D. Becker, MEd, CRC
The IPS Center at Rockville Institute
3rd Floor Evergreen 2
21 Lafayette
Centerra Business Park
Lebanon, NH 03766
USA
Email: deborahbecker@westat.com

F. Bellver, PhD
C. Sant Miquel 47
07310 Campanet
Mallorca
Spain
Email: bellvernet@gmail.com

G. Bond, PhD
Westat
Centerra Business Park
Room 3021
21 Lafayette Street
Lebanon, NH 03766
USA
Email: garybond@westat.com

V. Brooke, MEd
Training and Employment Services
Virginia Commonwealth University - RRTC
1314 West Main Street
PO Box 842011
Richmond, VA 23284
USA
Email: vbrooke@vcu.edu

N. Brooks-Lane, MS, LPC, LMFT
Center for Social Capital
Griffin-Hammis, Associates, LLC
507 Street Josephs Way
Marietta, GA 30060
USA
Email: nanwal@earthlink.net

D.L. Brucker, MPA, PhD
Institute on Disability / UCED
University of New Hampshire
10 West Edge Drive, Suite 101
Durham, NH 03824
USA
Email: debra.brucker@unh.edu 

J. Butterworth, PhD
Institute for Community Inclusion
UMass Boston
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125
USA
Email: butterworth@umb.edu

M. Callahan, MEd
Marc Gold & Associates
4101 Gautier Vancleave Road
Suite 102
Gautier, MS 39553-5152
USA
Email: micallahan@aol.com

R. Cameto, PhD
SRI International
5538 Balboa Drive
Oakland, CA 94611
USA
Email: renee.cameto@sri.com 

E. Carter, PhD
Vanderbilt Kennedy Center
302A One Magnolia Circle
Nashville, TN 37203
USA
Email: erik.carter@vanderbilt.edu

F. Chan, PhD
Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Positive Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
403 Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53706
USA
Email: chan@education.wisc.edu

D.X. Cifu, MD
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Virginia Commonwealth University
1223 East Marshall Street
Egyptian Building, 4th Floor
PO Box 980677
Richmond, VA 23298
USA
Email: david.cifu@vcuhealth.org

R. Cimera, PhD
Lifespan Development & Educational Sciences
Kent State University
405 White Hall
Kent, OH 44242
USA
Email: rcimera@kent.edu

A. Condeluci, PhD, MSW
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
UCP of Pittsburg
4638 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
USA
Email: acondeluci@ucpclass.org

J. Cook, PhD
Department of Psychiatry
University of Illinois at Chicago
1601 West Taylor Street
4th Floor M/C 912
Chicago, IL 60612
USA
Email: cook@ripco.com

D. DiLeo, MeD
Training Resource Network, Inc.
PO Box 439
St. Augustine, FL 32085
USA
Email: info@trninc.com

F. Dispenza, PhD, CRC
Assistant Professor Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and Counselor Education Coordinator of CPS Online
Undergraduate Education Department of Counseling and Psychological Services
College of Education and Human Development
Georgia State University
USA
Email: fdispenza1@gsu.edu

C. Dukes, EdD
Department of Exceptional Student Education
Florida Atlantic University
777 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
USA
Email: cdukes@fau.edu

S. Dymond, PhD
Department of Education
University of Illinois
1310 S. Sixth Street
Champaign, IL 61820
USA
Email: sdymond@illinois.edu

S.D. Fitzgerald, PhD, CRC
Department of Counseling
Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue, BH 526
San Francisco, CA 94132
USA
Email: sfitz@sfsu.edu

S.M. Foley, PhD
Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education (CHSE)
University of Massachusetts Boston
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125
USA
Email: susan.foley@umb.edu

R. Fraser, PhD
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
University of Washington
325 Ninth Avenue, Box 98104
Seattle, WA 98104
USA
Email: rfraser@u.washington.edu

E. Getzel, MA
Center for Transition Innovations
Virginia Commonwealth University, RRTC
1314 West Main Street, Box 842011
Richmond, VA 23284
USA
Email: lgetzel@vcu.edu

C. Graham, PhD
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Virginia Commonwealth University
730 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA 23298
USA
Email: cwgraham@vcu.edu

M. Grigal, PhD
Institute for Community Inclusion
University of Massachusetts Boston
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125
USA
Email: megrigal@verizon.net

M. Haddock, MEB
EUSE President
c/o Orchardville Society
Lagan Village Tower
144 – 152 Ravenhill Road
Belfast BT6 8ED
United Kingdom
Email: ajhmeh40@outlook.com

C. Hanley-Maxwell, PhD
Dean College of Applied Health Sciences
University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
1206 S. Fourth Street
Champaign, IL 61802
USA
Email: cherylhm@illinois.edu

E. Hartman, PhD, BCBA-D
Wisconsin PROMISE Grant Project Manager
201 East Washington, Room G100
Madison, WI 53707
USA
Email: ellie2.hartman@wi.gov

K. Henderson, PhD
Executive Director
Formed Families Forward
George Mason University
4031 University Drive, Suite 100
Fairfax, VA
USA
Email: kelly.henderson@formedfamiliesforward.org

L. Holloway, PhD, CRC
Professor and Chair
Department of Disability and Addiction Rehabilitation Programs in Health Services
1155 Union Circle, #311456
Denton, TX 76210
USA
Email: holloway@unt.edu

T. Honeycutt, PhD
Mathematica Policy Research
PO Box 2393
Princeton, NJ 08543
USA
Email: thoneycutt@mathematica-mpr.com

A. Houtenville
University of New Hampsire
Email: andrew.houtenville@unh.edu

H-Y. Hsu, PhD
Assistant Professor
Children’s Learning Institute
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
7000 Fannin Street, Suite 2373
Houston, TX 77030
USA
Email: hsien-yuan.hsu@uth.tmc.edu 

M. Huber, PhD
CEHS Program Director Rehabilitation Counseling
Chemical Dependency Program
Wright State University
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, OH 45435-0001
USA
Email: mary.huber@wright.edu

B. Johansson
Activa
Box 22026
702 02 Örebro
Sweden
Email: bertil.johansson@s-activa.se

L. Jonsson
MIS
Tornerplatsen 32.4 tr
S-177 30 Jarfalla
Sweden
Email: lennart.joensson@misa.se

B. Jordán de Urríes, PhD
Department of Personality Assessment and Psychological Treatment
University of Salamanca
Avenida de la Merced 109-131
37005 Salamanca
Spain
Email: bjordan@usal.es

T. Jorgensen-Smith, PhD, CRC
Department of Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling
University of South Florida
13301 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard - MHC1632
Tampa, FL 33612-3899
USA
Email: smithtj@usf.edu

Editorial Board (cont'd.)
M. Kamp, MCC
Steenpad 3, 4797SG
Willemstad
The Netherlands
Email: mkamp@ziggo.nl

D-i. Kim
Seoul National University
Email: dikimedu@snu.ac.kr 

M. Konrad, PhD
Associate Professor of Special Education
Managing Editor, Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals
The Ohio State University
305 Annie & John Glenn Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
USA
Email: konrad.14@osu.edu 

L. Kortering, PhD
Appalachian State University
Blowing Rock, NC
USA
Email: korteringlj@appstate.edu 

L.J. Landmark, PhD
Ohio University
1 Old Peach Ridge Road
Athens, OH 45701 
USA
Email: landmark@ohio.edu 

B. Lawhead, MEd
Policy Advisor
Colorado Developmental Disabilities Council
1120 Lincoln, Suite 706
Denver, CO 80203 
USA
Email: rlawhead@emplink.org

M. Leahy, PhD
Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education
Michigan State University
463 Erickson Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824-1034
USA
Email: leahym@msu.edu

L. Lindstrom
University of California at Davis
USA

S. Loggins Clay, PhD
Research Data Analyst
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
610 E. John Street
Suite 117
Champaign, IL 61820
USA
Email: loggins@illinois.edu 

J. Madaus, PhD
Neag School of Education
University of Connecticut
249 Glenbrook Road, Unit 3064
Storrs, CT 06269-3064
USA
Email: joseph.madaus@uconn.edu

P. Malette, PhD
CBI Consultants
240-3970 East Hastings
Burnaby, BC V5C 6C1
Canada
Email: paul@cbiconsultants.com

D. Mank, PhD
Office of Research and University Graduate School
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
2853 East 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47408
USA
Email: dmank@indiana.edu

V.L. Mazzotti, PhD
Assistant Research Professor
Secondary Special Education and Transition and Technical Assistance Provider
National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT)
University of Oregon
 210 Clinical Services Bldg. 5260
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR
USA
Email: vmazzott@uoregon.edu 

J. McDonnell, PhD
Special Education
The University of Utah
1705 E. Campus Center
Room 221
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-9253
USA
Email: john.mcdonnell@utah.edu

C.L. Moore, PhD, CRC
Principal Investigator and Research Director
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center 
Department of Rehabilitation Counseling and Disability Studies
Langston University
6700 N. Martin Luther King Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
USA
Email: clmoore@langston.edu 

R.L. Morgan
Utah State University
USA
Email: bob.morgan@usu.edu

M.E. Morningstar, PhD
Department of Special Education
University of Kansas  
JR Pearson Hall Rm 521
1122 W. Campus Rd
Lawrence, KS 66045
USA
Email: mmorningstar@ku.edu 

D. Nord, PhD
Director Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
Associate Professor Curriculum and Instruction
Indiana University Bloomington
1905 North Range Road
Bloomington, IN 47408
USA
Email: dnord@indiana.edu

J. O’Neill, PhD, CRC
Director
Employment and Disability Research
Kessler Foundation
120 Eagle Rock Rd., Suite 100
East Hanover, NJ
Email: joneill@kesslerfoundation.org

L. Owens, PhD, CESP
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
2400 E. Hartford Av, 6th Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53211
USA
Email: lowens@uwm.edu

W. Parent-Johnson, PhD, CRC, CESP
Executive Director Center for Disabilities
Sanford School of Medicine of The University of South Dakota
1400 West 22nd Street
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
USA
Email: wendy.parentjohnson@usd.edu

T. Partch-Davies, PhD
Institute on Disability
University of New Hampshire
56 Old Suncook Road, Suite 2
Concord, NH  03301
USA
Email: tobey.partch-davies@unh.edu

B.N. Phillips, PhD
Rehabilitation Psychology & Special Education
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1000 Bascom Mall, Room 409
Madison, WI 53706-1326
USA
Email: bnphillips2@wisc.edu

K. Rabren, PhD
Auburn Transition Leadership Institute
Auburn University
100 Ramsay Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
USA
Email: rabreks@auburn.edu

G. Revell, MeD
Virginia Commonwealth
1314 West Main Street
PO Box 842011
Richmond, VA 23284
USA
Email: wgrevell@vcu.edu

E.S. Rogers, ScD
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Boston University
940 Commonwealth Avenue
West Boston, MA 02215
USA
Email: erogers@bu.edu

D. Rosenthal, PhD
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
University of Wisconsin-Madison
405 Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53706
USA
Email: drosenthal@education.wisc.edu

D.A. Rowe, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor/Lecturer
University of Oregon
208 Clinical Services Building
5260 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
USA
Email: drowe3@uoregon.edu 

C. Schall, PhD
Autism Resource Center
Virginia Commonwealth University
1314 West Main Street
PO Box 842011
Richmond, VA 23284
USA
Email: cmschall@vcu.edu

K. Shogren, PhD
Department of Special Education
Kansas University
1200 Sunnyside Avenue
Room 3136
Lawrence, KS 66045
USA
Email: shogren@ku.edu

K. Spence, PhD
Coordinator of Educational & Training Programs
Center for Autism & Related Disabilities
University of Central Florida
37 Valencia Road
Rockledge, FL 32955
USA
Email: kimberly.spence@ucf.edu

Ø. Spjelkavik
Centre for Welfare and Labour Research
Work Research Institute
College of Applied Sciences
Oslo and Akershus University 
PO Box 6954
St. Olavs Plass
NO-0130 Oslo
Norway
Email: os@afi.no

K. Storey, PhD, BCBA-D
Clinical Director
Educational Support Services
584 Arlington Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94707
USA
Email: keith.storey@edsupports.com

D. Strauser, PhD, CRC
Kinesiology and Community Health
University of Illinois
213A Huff Hall MC-588
1206 South Fourth Street
Champaign, IL 61820
USA
Email: strauser@illinois.edu

C. Sung, PhD, CRC, LLR
Early Career Psychologist Representative
APA Division 22
Assistant Professor
Office of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies
Department of Counseling
Educational Psychology and Special Education
Michigan State University
620 Farm Lane
Room 460
East Lansing, MI 48824
USA
Email: csung@msu.edu

T. Tansey, PhD
Rehabilitation Psychology & Special Education 
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1000 Bascom Mall
411 Education Building
Madison, WI 53796
USA
Email: tntansey@wisc.edu

D. Test, PhD, MEd
Special Education and Child Development
University of North Carolina-Charlotte
9201 University City Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28223
USA
Email: dwtest@uncc.edu

C. Thoma, PhD
Counseling and Special Education
Virginia Commonwealth University
1015 W. Main Street
PO Box 842020
Oliver Hall
Room 4064B
Richmond, VA 23284-2020
USA
Email: cathoma@vcu.edu

M. Tideman 
La Trobe University 
Melbourne, VIC
Australia
Email: m.tideman@latrobe.edu.au 

P. Tuckerman, PhD
CEO
Job Support
PO Box 429
Kingsgrove 1480
Sydney, NSW
Australia
Email: philt@jobsupport.org.au

M.A. Verdugo, PhD
Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment
University of Salamanca
Avinada de la Merced 109-131
37005 Salamanca
Spain
Email: verdugo@usal.es

D. Wandry, PhD, MEd
Special Education
West Chester University
304 Recitation Hall
West Chester, PA 19383
USA
Email: dwandry@wcupa.edu

M. Wehmeyer, PhD
Special Education
University of Kansas
1122 West Campus Road
Lawrence, KS 66045
USA
Email: wehmeyer@ku.edu

S. West, PhD, CRC
University of Memphis
Memphis, TN
USA
Email: slwest@memphis.edu

G.J. Williams, PhD
Jacksonville State University
4979 Brookwood Place
Byram, MS 39272
USA
Email: gwendolyn.j.williams@jsums.edu 

D. Wittenburg, PhD
Director of Health Research
Mathematica Policy Research
PO Box 2393
Princeton, NJ 08543
USA
Email: dwittenburg@mathematica-mpr.com

D. Zhang, PhD
Education & Human Development
Texas A&M University
637D Harrington Office Building
540 Koss Street
College Station, TX 77843
USA
Email: dalun@tamu.edu

Perry A. Zirkel, PhD
University Professor Emeritus of Education and Law
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA 18015
USA
Email: perry.zirkel@lehigh.edu 

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