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37 Cards in this Set

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Who is the author of Choosing a Vocational, and also established Vocations Bureau in Boston?
(Father of Guidance)
Parsons, Frank
Who did develop the first interest questionnaire at Carnegie Institute of Technology?
James Burt Miner
Neff (1977) lists following reasonos for ________.
1. carelessness
2. laziness
3. Absence/ tardiness
4. disloyalty
5. distraction
6. too little/ much ambition
Neff (1977) lists following reasonos for ________.
1. punctuality
2. honesty
3. reliability
4. dependability
5. initiative
6. cooperation
Trait-and-Factor or Actuarial
Emphasis is placed on personal traits and how they match job traits.
Frank Parson
E. G. Williamson
Decision Theory
A process by whcih the individula uses concepts to choose a vocational alternative that offers the best results.
H. B. Gelatt
Hershenson and Roth
Martin Katz
Tiedeman, Tiedeman and O'Hara
Psychological Emphases
Anna Roe
John Holland
Robert Hoppock
Developmental Emphases
E. Ginzberg
Donald Super
Tiedeman and O'Hara
Robert Havighurst
Sociological Emphases
Miller and Form
Status Attainment Theory
Wisconsin Model
Economic Theory
Dualist Theory
Tournament Theory
What is Parsons' three-step?
1. Assessment (inderstanding ones aptitudes, abilities, reasources, and limitations)
2. Occupational requirement and conditions of success
3. Decision-making
The developmental career theorists, Ginzburg, Ginsburg, Axelrad, and Herma, believed that there were four variables important in vocational choice.
1. reality factors
2. emotional factors
3. educational process
4. individual values
A casual occupation or diversion; a hobby
Business trem describing the opportunities which include possibile upward and horizontal mobility, the possibilities of shifting from one career ladder to another
career lattice
Super's term for successful completion of the appropriate tasks for the stage.
Career maturity
Difined by Peterson, Samposon, and Reardon.
A process for utilizing information correctly.
Casve cycle
CASVE stands for...
Communication (identifying a need)
Analysis (interrelating problem components)
Synthesis (creating likely alternatives)
Valuing (prioritizing alternatives)
Execution (forming means-ends strategies)
The third tier of the Realistic Stage of Ginzberg and associates' theory.
It occurs when commitment to a specific field is made.
Super's concept. a person entertains several minicycles during a life span of a maxicycle.
Cyclical Counseling
Aptitude test for educational and vocational guidance for grades 8 to 12.
Differential Aptitude Test
One of the computer-assisted career guidance systems. Survey reveals that it is a frequently utilized system and does have a positive effect on self-efficacy and career planning for undergraduates.
Both spouses are pursuing and committed to an active career and family life.
Dual-career family
Alphabetical listing of occupations by code that are related to the various major permutations of Holloand's code
Holland's occupational classification
_______ suggested that a person's personality needs to be congruent with the work environment.
_____ is one of the first individuals to suggest that theory of career choice based on personality theory.
This person emphasized that early child rearing practices influence later career choices since a job is a major source of tratification for an unconscious need.
Anne Roe
Roe's two-dimensional system, 8 ___ and 6 ____
fields and levels
Ginzberg's 3 life style.
1. traditional
2. transitional
3. innovative
Holland's six styles (types)
Super's 5 vocational development
____ believes that decision making is continuous and cyclical in nature
H. B. Gelatt
____ believes that learning experiences over lifetime influence career choice.
John Krumboltz
career guidance
To assists individuals in understanding and acting upon self-knowledge and knowledge of opportunities in work, education and leisure and develop decision-making.
Aptitude tests
Interest tests
SII, SDS, Kuder Preference Inventory, CAS, COPS Interest Inventory, Campbell Interest and Skills Survey
Personality tests
Myers-Briggs Thpe Indecator
Values tests
COPES, Work Value Inventory, Minnesota Importance Questionnaire
Goals of career education
for elemnetary, middle or junior high, high school level
Elementary level: Career Awareness
Middle or junior high level: Career Exploration
High shool level: Career Orientation and Career Preparation
The role of school counselor in career education.
teacher trainer, monitor, counsultant, Liaison, and referral resource.