Robert Reardon & Janet Lenz

NCDA Conference, Denver, June 27, 2003


Awards for Distinguished Professional Contributions: John L. Holland. (1995). American Psychologist, 50, 236-238.


Fuller, B. E., Holland, J. L., & Johnston, J. A. (1999). The relation of profile elevation in the Self-Directed Search to personality variables. Journal of Career Assessment, 7, 111-123.


Gottfredson, G., & Holland, J. (1996). Dictionary of Holland occupational codes (3rd ed.). Odessa, FL: PAR.


Holland, J. (1997). Making vocational choices:A theory of vocational personalities and work environments. (3rd ed.)Odessa, FL:Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.


Holland, J. (1996). Exploring careers with a typology: What we have learned and some new directions. American Psychologist, 51, 397-406.


Holland, J. (1999). Why interest inventories are also personality inventories. In M. Savickas & A. Spokane (Eds.), Vocational interests: Meaning, measurement, and counseling use (pp. 87-102). Palo Alto, CA: Davies-Black.


Holland, J., Powell, A., & Fritzsche, B. (1994). The Self-Directed Search: Professional userís guide. Odessa, FL: PAR.


Holland, J., Fritzsche, B., & Powell, A. (1994). The Self-Directed Search: Technical manual. Odessa, FL:PAR.


Holland, J., & Gottfredson, G. (1975). Predicting value and psychological meaning of vocational aspirations. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 6, 349-363.


Holland, J., Gottfredson, G., & Baker, H. (1990). Validity of vocational aspirations and interest inventories:Extended, replicated, and reinterpreted. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 37, 337-342.


Holland, J., Gottfredson, G., & Nafziger, D. (1975). Testing the validity of some theoretical signs of vocational decision-making ability. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 22, 411-422.


Holland, J., Johnston, J., & Asama, N. (1993). The Vocational Identity Scale:A diagnostic and treatment tool. Journal of Career Assessment, 1, 1-12.


Lenz, J., Reardon, R., & Sampson, J. P., Jr. (1993). Holland's theory and the effective use of computer-assisted career guidance systems. Journal of Career Development, 19, 245-253.


Lumsden, J. A., Sampson, J. P., Jr., Reardon, R. C., & Lenz, J. G. (2002). A Comparison Study of the Paper, Personal Computer (PC), and Internet Versions of Hollandís Self-Directed Search:Technical Report No. 30 (Tech. Rep. No. 30). Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University. Also available at


Peterson, G., & Sampson, J., Jr., & Reardon, R. (1991). Career development and services: A cognitive approach. Pacific Grove, CA:Brooks/Cole.


Reardon, R. (1987). Development of the computer version of the Self-Directed Search. Measurement & Evaluation in Counseling & Development, 20, 62-67.


Reardon, R., & Lenz, G. (1999). Hollandís theory and career assessment. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 55, 102-113.


Reardon, R., & Lenz, J. (1998). The Self-Directed Search and related Holland career materials:A practitionerís guide. Odessa, FL:PAR.


Reardon, R., Lenz, J., Sampson, J., & Peterson, G. (2000). Career development & planning: A comprehensive approach. Pacific Grove, CA:Brooks/Cole.


Reardon, R., Lenz, J., & Strausberger, S. (1996). Integrating theory, practice, and research with the Self-Directed Search. Measurement & Evaluation in Counseling & Development, 28, 211-218.


Reardon, R., & Loughead, T. (1988). A comparison of paper-pencil and computer versions of the Self-Directed Search. Journal of Counseling & Development, 67, 249-252.


Reardon, R. C., Vernick, S. H., & Reed, C. R. (in press). A Holland perspective on the U.S. workforce from 1960 to 1990. Journal of Career Assessment.


Reardon, R., & Wright, L. (1999). The case of Mandy: Applying Hollandís theory and cognitive information processing theory. Career Development Quarterly, 47, 195-203.


Sampson, J. P., Jr., Peterson, G. W., Reardon, R. C., & Lenz, J. G. (2000). Using readiness assessment to improve career services:A cognitive information processing approach. Career Development Quarterly, 49, 146-174.


Sampson, J., Peterson, G., Reardon, R., & Lenz, J. (August 31, 2001). Key Elements of the CIP Approach to Designing Careers Services. Tallahassee:FSU, Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling & Career Development. Also available at


Sampson, J. P., Jr., Reardon, R. C., Peterson, G. W., & Lenz, J. L. (in press, 2004). Career counseling and services: A cognitive information processing approach. Pacific Grove, CA: Wadsworth-Brooks/Cole.


Sampson, J., Peterson, G., Lenz, J., Reardon, R., & Saunders, D. (1998). The design and use of a measure of dysfunctional career thoughts among adults, college students, and high school students:The Career Thoughts Inventory. Journal of Career Assessment, 6, 115-134.


Savickas, M., & Gottfredson, G. (Eds.) (1999). Hollandís theory (1959-1999): Forty years of research and application. Journal of Vocational Behavior (special issue), 55, 1-160.


Spokane, A. (1996). Hollandís theory. In D. Brown & L. Brooks (Eds.), Career choice and development (3rd ed.), (pp. 33-74). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.


Spokane, A., & Holland, J. (1995). The Self-Directed Search: A family of self-guided career interventions. Journal of Career Assessment, 3, 373-390.


Tinsley, H. (Ed.). (1992). Special issue on Holland's theory. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 40 , 109-267.


Watkins, C., Bradford, B., Lew, D., & Himmell, C. (1986). Major contributors and contributions to the vocational behavior literature. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 28, 42-47.


Weinrach, S. (1980). Have hexagon will travel: An interview with John Holland. Personnel & Guidance Journal, 58, 406-414.


Weinrach, S. (1996). The psychological and vocational interest patterns of Donald Super and John Holland. Journal of Counseling & Development, 75, 5-16.


Wright, L., Reardon, R., Peterson, G., & Osborn, D. (2000). The relationship among constructs in the Career Thoughts Inventory and the Self-Directed Search. Journal of Career Assessment, 8, 139-149.