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A Psychological Classification Scheme for Vocations and Major Fields
A classification scheme for vocations and major fields is presented. The classification is empirically and theoretically based, and it follows the logical principles of classificatio n SeveralExpand
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Personality and vocational interests in an adult sample
Johns Hopkins University This article examines the relations between Holland's vocational typology and the Neuroticism-Extraversion-Openness (NEO) model of personality in a sample of men (N = 217)Expand
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The self-directed search (SDS)
Overview • Based on Dr. John Holland’s RIASEC theory that both individuals and work environments can be classified according to six basic types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social,Expand
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The Vocational Identity Scale: A Diagnostic and Treatment Tool
A comprehensive summary of the evidence for the validity and reliability of the Vocational Identity scale is provided for the period 1980-1992. The authors conclude that the Identity scale hasExpand
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How schools can support children who experience loss and death
ABSTRACT Scenes of public grieving such as followed the death of Princess Diana bear little resemblance to the ‘taboo’ status of death and bereavement at an individual level. For schools and theExpand
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More Evidence for the Relationship Between Holland's Personality Types and Personality Variables
This correlational study, using an adult sample of 175 men and 123 women, replicates the correlational patterns between the Self-Directed Search (SDS; Holland, 1985a) and the revised NEO PersonalityExpand
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The Relation of Profile Elevation in the Self-Directed Search to Personality Variables
The NEO Five-Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) and the Personal Styles Inventory (PSI) were used to determine if personality differences existed between people with different levels of profile elevation onExpand
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