Advances in Vocational Psychology - Vol. 1

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Subject Index
A
Assessment criteria, 166-168
Assessment of interests, new approaches, 83-125
C, D
Career Assessment Inventory, 92-93
Computer and the future, 114-119
Diagnosis, career choice problems, 165-180 problem analysis framework, 168-180
I, J
Issues in interest assessment, 103-114
Jackson Vocational Interest Survey, 93-95
K
Kuder Inventories, 31-53
advances, 31-34
college major scales, 38-40
dependability statement, 35-38
occupational scales, 38-40
person matching, 48-52
vocational interest estimates, 38-48
1985 report form, 34-40
N
Newer interest inventories, 92-103
R, S
Risk factors in career choice, 142-165
Self Directed Search, 55-82
applications, 68-72
distinctive characteristics, 55-58
future research, 72-78
innovative characteristics, 58-59
origin and development, 59-66
revision, 66-68
Special groups, 127-198
concerns, 127-142
literature, 137-142
risk rates, 147-165
Strong Inventories, 1-29
Academic Comfort Scale, 23-24
administration, 8
administrative indexes, 25-26
Basic Interest Scales, 21-23
cross-cultural use, 26-27
general occupational themes, 19-21
interpretation, 26
inventories, historical background, 8-10
Introversion-Extroversion Scale, 24-25
materials, 1-7
Non-professional Occupational Scales, 10
Occupational Scales, 11-19
uses, 7-8
1985 version of the Strong Inventory, 10-26
T, U, V
Test developers, 119-120
Test usage, principles, 180-188
Testing controversy, 128-137
The big three, 89-92
Unisex addition of the ACT Interest Inventory, 95-98
Vocational Interest Inventory, 98-103

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • List of Contributors v
  • Introduction: The Assessment of Interests vii
  • References ix
  • 1: Strong Vocational Interest Blank/Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory 1
  • References 27
  • 2: Advances in the Kuder Occupational Interest Survey 31
  • References 52
  • 3: The Self-Directed Search 55
  • References 78
  • 4: New Approaches to the Assessment of Interests 83
  • Introduction 83
  • Acknowledgments 120
  • References 120
  • 5: Special Groups and the Beneficial Use of Vocational Interest Inventories 127
  • References 191
  • Author Index 199
  • Subject Index 205
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