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R
Realistic

concrete things
masculine traits


engineers, accountants, ag & tech
Holland
I
Investigative

thinkers
solve problems with intelligence
avoid close personal contact

scientist, mathematicial
Holland
S
Social

seeks attention and close personal relationships

teaching or counseling
Holland
E
Enterprising

like to use persuasion to manipulate or dominate others

politicians, attorney, salesperson, entrepeneur
Holland
C
Conventional

great concern for rules and regulations
like structured and practical jobs

clerical
Holland
Super
develomental stages of career

growth
exploration
establishment
maintenance
decline
develomental stages of career
Chi-squared
significance of differences between two or more groups of subjects, objects, or events that fall into defined categories by comparing observed frequencies with expected frequencies
Crystallized Intelligence
experience & education

increased over time
Normal distribution
based on bell shaped curve

-1.00 - 1.00 SD = 68.2%
-2.00 - 2.00 SD = 95.4%
-3.00 - 3.00 SD - 99.7%
Validity
does the test measure what it's supposed to measure and how well
Conclusion validity
asks the question - is there a relationship between two variables?
Internal validity
refers to the question -
assuming there is a relationship between variables, is it a causal one?
Construct Validity
looks at the question - did I measure what I thought I measured?

Assuming a relationship, and it is causal, did your progrm reflect our idea of the contrcut of the program and did our measure reflect the idea of our construct?
External validity
generalizability
Aptitude test
the abililty to learn a task or skill

frequently the pontential for achievement

often used to predict success in an occupation and meausre of homogenous segment of ability
Achievement
the degree to which one has achieved on a standardized test.

used primarily in education, designed to evaluate a person's current state of knowledge of skill - NCE
Halo Effect
tendency to allow an overall impression of a person or one perticular character or trait to influence the total rating of that person

emerges as a bias on personal-rating scales.
Item analysis
process for evaluating single test items for easiness and or difficulty levels, and whether the inem descrimiates the learners from the non-learners
Autocratic leadership
the leader uses directive forms of group therapy and maintains control of the group.

demands conformity and obediance

gives advice

sees self as expert