Patrick Ian Armstrong is an Associate Professor at Department of Psychology at Iowa State University. He completed his PhD in Counselling Psychology at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2005. He earned his MA in Counselling Psychology2002 from the same institution. He holds a BA in Psychology from University of Ottawa.
His primary area of research is identity development with an emphasis on factors that influence educational experiences and future aspirations and career choices. Armstrong also conducts research on the assessment and measurement of individual differences in interests, values, personality, and ability perceptions; multicultural issues in career counselling and the perceived costs of racism; and methods of structural data analysis.
His selected publications include:
- Rounds, J., & Armstrong, P. I. (in press). Vocational Interests. Chapter to appear in T. Chamorro-Premuzic, A. Furnham, & S. von Stumm (eds.) Handbook of Individual Differences.
- Anthoney, S. F. & Armstrong, P. I. (2010). Individuals and Environments: Linking Ability and Skill Ratings with Interests. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 57, 36-51.
- Armstrong, P. I., & Vogel, D. L. (2010). Theoretical and methodological issues with testing the SCCT and RIASEC models: Comment on Lent, Sheu, and Brown (2010) and Lubinski (2010). Journal of Counseling Psychology, 57, 239-247.
Credits to Iowa State University
Published: 31 March 2014
Last update: 22 April 2015