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Chapter 16

Chapter 16

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PSYC37H3
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Chapter 16: Testing in Counselling Psychology
The strong vocational interest blank
Criterion-group approach:
54 occupations for men, 32 for women
Interests remain relatively stable for 22 years
Interest patterns fairly well established by 17 years old
Strong-Campbell interest inventory (SCII)
Incorporated Hollands theory and 6 personality factors into SCII
Most widely used interest inventory
Divided into 7 parts, having automated scoring
oFirst score is summary of general themes based on Hollands 6 personality types
oSecond score given in report for administrative indexes7third scores provide summary of
persons basic interests
oFinal sets for occupational scales
Campbell interest and skill survey (CISS)
Asks respondents to assess degree of interest in 200 academic and occupational topics
Uses theoretical structure of John Holland
Reemergence of Strong Interest Inventory
New Strong SII represents substantial revision of previous measure and features different item
format
244 occupational scales, more focus on careers in business and technology for both men and women
Kuder Occupational Interest Survey (KOIS)
Second widely used
Test taker with 100 triads (sets of three) of alternative activities
For each triad, test taker selects most preferred and least preferred alternatives
KOIS examines similarity between test takers interests and those of people employed in various
occupations in manner much like SCII and CISS
Scoring gives same information yielded by earlier Kuder Preference Surveys- data on 10 general
occupational interests
Career Assessment Inventory (CAI)
Designed for people not oriented toward careers requiring college or professional training
Written at 6th grade reading level, designed for 80% of U.S. citizens who have fewer than 4 years of
postsecondary education
Evaluated on Hollands 6 occupational theme: realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising,
conventional
Second portion describes basic interests
Evaluated in 22 specific areas including carpentry, business, food service
Third section of report is series of occupational scales
Has become working persons CISS
Self-Directed Search (SDS)
Holland: self-administered, self-scored, self-interpreted vocational interest inventory
Attempts to simulate counselling process by allowing respondents to list occupational aspirations,
indicate occupational preferences in 6 areas, rate abilities and skills in these areas
Measuring personal characteristics for job placement
Trait factor approach: Osipows vocational dimensions
oAdministration of extensive battery of tests,
oResults factor analyzed to find common factors/traits that characterize different
occupational groups
Attribution theory
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Chapter 16: Testing in Counselling Psychology The strong vocational interest blank Criterion-group approach: 54 occupations for men, 32 for women Interests remain relatively stable for 22 years Interest patterns fairly well established by 17 years old Strong-Campbell interest inventory (SCII) Incorporated Hollands theory and 6 personality factors into SCII Most widely used interest inventory Divided into 7 parts, having automated scoring o First score is summary of general themes based on Hollands 6 personality types o Second score given in report for administrative indexes7third scores provide summary of persons basic interests o Final sets for occupational scales Campbell interest and skill survey (CISS) Asks respondents to assess degree of interest in 200 academic and occupational topics Uses theoretical structure of John Holland Reemergence of Strong Interest Inventory New Strong SII represents substantial revision of previous measure and features different item format 244 occupational scales, more focus on careers in business and technology for both men and women Kuder Occupational Interest Survey (KOIS) Second widely used Test taker with 100 triads (sets of three) of alternative activities For each triad, test taker selects most preferred and least preferred alternatives KOIS examines similarity between test takers interests and those of people employed in vari
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