The Use Of Personality Components In The Interpretation Of Career Indecision
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Coll. Stud. Dev.
Psychology; Developmental; Psychology, Social; Women's Studies
Administered the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory and the Strong Campbell Interest Inventory to 175 community college students seeking career counseling to examine the relationship between personality patterns and vocational interests. Results indicate that impossible agendas may be the basis for career indecision among some students. Three personality types—uncommitted proprietor, nonstop driver, and retreater—were identified as characteristic of indecisive students.
Journal of College Student Development
Tango, Robert A. and Dziuban, Charles D., "The Use Of Personality Components In The Interpretation Of Career Indecision" (1984). Faculty Bibliography 1980s. 355.