The Effectiveness Of A Computerized Guidance System In Promoting Career Decision-Making
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Vocat. Behav.
Metallurgy & Metallurgical Engineering; Materials Science; Coatings &; Films
The effectiveness of CHOICES in improving the career decision making of university students through the utilization of the two instruments, (a) the Career Decision Scale and (b) the Occupational Scale of the Assessment of Career Decision Making, is examined. This experimental research involved 136 university students who were assigned to either an experimental or control group. Results indicated that CHOICES improved career decision making as measured by both instruments. No differences were found between its effectiveness with males and females.
Journal of Vocational Behavior
Pinder, F. A. and Fitzgerald, P. W., "The Effectiveness Of A Computerized Guidance System In Promoting Career Decision-Making" (1984). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 332.