Vocational Exploration Group: Theory and Research, Volume 85
U.S. Department of Labor, Manpower Administration, 1972 - Counseling - 84 pages
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01 level ABILITY additional administration ALIENATION perceptions Appendix applicants asked assigned Assistants believe better cent characteristics clients CM CM CM conduct control groups Counselor developed differences between experimental discussion DOGMATISM effectiveness EMPLOYABILITY perception employed experience experimental and control Experimental Group five four ft ft gains give group leaders helpful High indicated individual interview JOB PERSONALIZATION level of significance Mean differences month needs perceptions person Phoenix positive potential practice prepared pyramid questions random reactions ready relationship RESPONSES sample satisfactions schedule scores selected sequence Showing significant skills social distance statement subjects Supervisor tasks thoughts trainer trainer-assistant trainer-supervisor trainers and leaders training program treatment units Values Variables Variance Vocational Exploration Group worker