Arthur J. Lurigio

Arthur J. Lurigio, a psychologist, is Senior Associate Dean for Faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences, and a Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology and of Psychology at Loyola University Chicago. He is also a member of the Graduate Faculty and Director of the Center for the Advancement of Research, Training, and Education (CARTE) at Loyola University Chicago. In 2003, Dr. Lurigio was named a faculty scholar, one of the highest honors bestowed on senior faculty at Loyola University Chicago. In recognition of his continued scholar productivity, he was named in 2013 a Master Researcher in the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola University Chicago. And in recognition of the overall outstanding contributions of his research to practices in the fields of psychology and criminal justice, Dr. Lurigio was conferred the University of Cincinnati Award in 1996, the Hans W. Mattick Award in 2003, the Champion for Recovery: Excellence in Research Award in 2009, the University of Illinois: Distinguished Contributions to Criminal Justice Research and Practice Award in 2010, and the American Psychological Association’s Distinguished Career Award in 2010.


Probable posttraumatic stress disorder in a sample of urban jail detainees
August 11, 2016 | Article | Jails
Jails in the United States house large numbers of detainees who have urgent public and behavioral healthcare needs as well as various serious social, economic, and personal problems. Jails are often the primary (or only) settings for medical, psychiatric, and substance abuse treatment.
By Dawn Ruzich, Jessica Reichert, And Arthur J. Lurigio