Two methods of exploring interests: A comparison of outcomes

Croteau, James M.; Slaney, Robert B.
March 1994
Career Development Quarterly;Mar1994, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p252
Academic Journal
Studies the difference in how intervening with the Vocational Card Sort versus the Strong/Strong-Campbell would be experienced by clients. Inclusion of a participant attribute variable and an outcome variable; Locus of control for career development; Career decision-making self-efficacy; Effects of intervention by participant attributes.


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