ROE’S PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT THEORY. Focuses on psychological needs that develop between the interaction of parent and child. Ann Roe. The theory predicts occupational selection based on individual differences, which are biological, sociological, and psychological.
Focuses on psychological needs that develop between the interaction of parent and child.
Attachment Theory and Career Development
Do secure patterns of attachment promote career exploration?
Do secure patterns of attachment promote a strong sense of vocational identity?
“Everyone has a context”
(1) prevent subsystems within the family from getting emotional needs met from one another, and creates an overdependence on other subsystems and outside systems to meet these needs; and
(2) reduces the ability of the family subsystems to adapt collaboratively to change.
(1) the fulfillment of interpersonal needs is primarily dependent upon a specific subsystem that is unable to consistently meet these needs over time; and
(2) alternative subsystems are not maintained in such a way that they can be easily accessed, should support form the primary system become unavailable.
Jay Haley (1996, p.126)