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Applications of the Coping with Career Indecision instrument with adolescents.

Larson, Majors.
UIID-EM: 47
1998;6:163-179. doi: 10.1177/106907279800600204.

Discusses the potential use of the Coping with Career Indecision (CCI; Larson et al, 1988) instrument which identifies subtypes of undecided students. The CCI was later refined by Larson et al (1994) across 4 studies, extending the use of...

Discriminant and predictive validity of academic self-concept, academic self-efficacy, and mathematics-specific self-efficacy.

Lent, Brown.
UIID-EM: 49
1997;44:307-315. doi: 10.1037/0022-0167.44.3.307.

This study examined whether global academic self-concept and academic self-efficacy beliefs that vary in domain specificity–globality represent distinct or common underlying dimensions. Participants were 205 university students who completed measures of academic self-concept, global academic self-efficacy, and domain-specific mathematics...

Comparison of three theoretically derived variables in predicting career and academic behavior: Self-efficacy, interest congruence, and consequence thinking.

Larkin.
UIID-EM: 50
1987;34:293-298. doi: 10.1037/0022-0167.34.3.293.

This study explored the differential contribution of three alternative theoretically based variables, self-efficacy, interest congruence, and consequence thinking, in explaining career-relevant behavior in students considering science and engineering fields. Results of multiple regression analyses indicated that self-efficacy was the...

Assessing college students' satisfaction with their academic majors.

Nauta.
UIID-EM: 61
2007;15:446-462. doi: 10.1177/1069072707305762.

A six-item measure of global satisfaction with one's major, the Academic Major Satisfaction Scale (AMSS), was developed and validated. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses suggested a unidimensional structure. The measure had high internal consistency and distinguished between students who...

The component structure of Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy for underprepared college students.

Peterson, delMas.
UIID-EM: 66
1998;24:209-225. doi: 10.1023/A:1025029718715.

Examined the nature of career decision-making self-efficacy, as a construct, for the application of research to the practice of career counseling and career development. Also explored were the potential for reducing the 50-item Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy scale (CDMSE; K....

A short version of the occupational self-efficacy scale: Structural and construct validity across five countries.

Rigotti, Schyns, Mohr.
UIID-EM: 69
2008;16:238-255. doi: 10.1177/1069072707305763.

Occupational self-efficacy is an important resource for individuals in organizations. To be able to compare the occupational self-efficacy of employees across different countries, equivalent versions of the standard instruments need to be made available in different languages. In this...

The Kuder Skills Assessment-College and Adult Version: Development and initial validation in a college business sample.

Rottinghaus.
UIID-EM: 72
2009;17:56-68. doi: 10.1177/1069072708325741.

This article introduces the Kuder Skills Assessment–College and Adult version (KSA-CA; Rottinghaus, 2006), a new measure incorporating advances in the measurement of self-efficacy across 16 basic occupational domains (e.g., finance, information technology) and the six Kuder Clusters. Similar to...

Convergent and discriminant validity of five interest inventories.

Savickas, Taber, Spokane.
UIID-EM: 76
2002;61:139-184. doi: 10.1006/jvbe.2002.1878.

Investigated whether interest inventories that purport to measure the same constructs actually yield scores that correspond. The study examined the empirical relation of scores for similarly and same-named scales on 5 widely used interest inventories: the Campbell Interest and...

Measuring self-regulation in a learning context: Reliability and validity of the Self- Regulation of Learning Self-Report Scale (SRL-SRS).

Toering, Elferink-Gemser, Jonker, van Heuvelen, Visscher.
UIID-EM: 83
2012;10:24-38. doi: 10.1080/1612197X.2012.645132.

Self-regulation of learning has been suggested to refer to self-directed processes that help individuals learn more effectively. No instrument is available to date examining self-regulation of learning as a relatively stable individual attribute. Therefore, based on Zimmerman's self-regulated learning...

The relationships among occupational and task-specific measures of career self-efficacy.

Williams.
UIID-EM: 87
1994;2:341-351. doi: 10.1177/106907279400200402.

The Short Form of the Task-Specific Occupational Self-Efficacy Scale (TSOSS; Osipow, Temple, & Rooney, 1993) and a measure of self-efficacy with respect to 20 occupational titles (Occupational Self-Efficacy Scale [OSES; Betz & Hackett, 1981]) were administered to 111 male...

Career Decision Ambiguity Tolerance Scale: Construction and initial validations.

Xu.
UIID-EM: 89
2015;88:1-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jvb.2015.01.006.

The Career Decision Ambiguity Tolerance Scale (CDAT) measures individual evaluations of and responses to ambiguity encountered in career decision making. It was developed and initially validated through two studies of college students. An exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis consistently...

Development and construct validation of the Mentor Behavior Scale.

Brodeur, Larose, Tarabulsy, Feng, Forget-Dubois.
UIID-EM: 92
2015;23:54-75. doi: 10.1080/13611267.2015.1011037.

Researchers suggest that certain supportive behaviors of mentors could increase the benefits of school-based mentoring for youth. However, the literature contains few validated instruments to measure these behaviors. In our present study, we aimed to construct and validate a...

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