Bryan J. Dik, Ph.D., completed his doctoral study at the University of Minnesota and during daylight hours is an assistant professor in the counseling psychology program at Colorado State University. His scholarly interests fall broadly in the domain of vocational psychology and include person-environment fit theories of career development, measurement of vocational interests, and basic and applied research on calling and vocation. He lives with his wife Amy and sons Eli and Silas in Wellington, Colo.
Bryan J. Dik, Ph.D.
Essays by Bryan J. Dik, Ph.D.
When I Grow Up I Want to Be a Superhero from The Psychology of Superheroes