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Career Assessment Part I. Assessment. History 1883 U.S. Civil Service Commission 1940’s aptitude batteries Psychometric Properties Reliability Types Test retest reliability Alternate forms reliability Split half reliability. Assessment.

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assessment
Assessment
  • History
    • 1883 U.S. Civil Service Commission
    • 1940’s aptitude batteries
  • Psychometric Properties
    • Reliability
      • Types
        • Test retest reliability
        • Alternate forms reliability
        • Split half reliability
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Assessment
  • Peterson, Sampson, and Reardon (1991): Factors that impact stability (reliability)
    • The stability of the trait being measured
    • Group differences: race, ethnicity, gender etc.
    • Individual differences: genetic endowments, age etc.
    • The nature of performance for the variable being measured
    • The internal consistence of the test, how psychometrically sound is the test?
  • What is the problem with using a test that does not have proven reliability?
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Assessment
  • Psychometric Properties
    • Validity
      • Types
        • Content validity
        • Criterion validity
      • What is the problem with using a test that does not have proven validity
  • Assessment with minority groups
    • APPLICABILITY!
    • CHECK THE NORM SAMPLE
types of assessment
Types of Assessment
  • Career Beliefs Inventories
    • Assess beliefs about careers and other factors
      • Career Beliefs Inventory
      • Career Thoughts Inventory
      • My Vocational Situation
  • Aptitude Tests
    • Assess potential and/or current ability
      • General Aptitude Test Battery (GATB)
      • The Differential Aptitude Test (GAT)
      • Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
types of assessments
Types of Assessments
  • Academic Achievement
    • Assess present level of academic knowledge and ability
      • See page 218
  • Career Interest Inventories
    • Measures level of interest in occupations
      • The Strong Interest Inventory and the Kuder General Interest Survey are the most widely used interest inventories
interest inventories
Interest Inventories
  • Kuder General Interest Survey
    • 1. Outdoor
    • 2. Mechanical
    • 3. Computational
    • 4. Scientific
    • 5. Persuasive
    • 6. Artistic
    • 7. Literary
    • 8. Musical
    • 9. Social Services
    • 10. Clerical
interest inventories8
Interest Inventories
  • Strong Interest Inventory
    • 1. General Occupational themes
    • 2. Basic Interest Scales
    • 3. Occupational Scales
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Assessment
  • Personality Variables
    • Determining fit with personality type and work environment is important
    • 16PF most widely used personality assessment in career counseling
      • Developed by Raymond Cattell
      • Currently in the 5th edition
      • 185 item test
      • 5th grade readability level
      • Can be hand or computer scored
16 personality factor questionnaire
16 Personality Factor Questionnaire
  • Psychometrics
    • Test retest reliability .56 to .79
    • Internal consistency .64 to. 85
  • Interpretive Information
    • 16 primary factor scales
    • 5 global factor scales
    • 3 validity indices
16 personality factor questionnaire11
16 Personality Factor Questionnaire
  • Global Factors
    • Extraversion
    • Anxiety
    • Tough-Mindedness
    • Independence
    • Self-Control
16 personality factor questionnaire12
16 Personality Factor Questionnaire
  • Primary Scales
    • Warmth Vigilance
    • Reasoning Abstractedness
    • Emotional Stability Privateness
    • Dominance Apprehension
    • Liveliness Openness to Change
    • Rule-Consciousness Self-Reliance
    • Social Boldness Perfectionism
    • Sensitivity Tension
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Assessment
  • Determining Values
    • Work values
    • Lifestyle values
  • Career Maturity Variables
    • Measures vocational development
  • Computer assisted guidance assessment
    • Pros
    • Cons
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