5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- 1. skills
3. personality structure - gender and minority group status are assumed to be critical variables in teh development of personality structure within TWA
- primary work task at any point in time
- 1. awareness of the need to plan ahead
2.decision making skills
3. knowledge and use of information resources
4.general career information
5.general world of work information
6.detailed information about occupations of preference.
1.biological and psychological - drive states lead volitional behavior
*whenever the behavior results in the needs being satisfied reinforcement occurs and the behavior is strenghtened.
- 1.Crystalization (14-18) tentative career goal
2.Specification (18-21) firming education/vocational goal
3.Implementation(21-24) training for and obtaining employment.
4.Stabilization(24-34)working for a confirming career choice.
6.Readiness for retirement (55+)
4 True/False questions
career → sum of everything we do in our life, paid and unpaid, over the period of one's life
Super's 5 stages → Have to move through stages and master these over lifespan
1.Growth (0-14) self concept, attitudes, interests, needs and general understanding of the work world.
2.Exploratory (15-24) classes, lobbies, work experience, tentative stage - based on person's choice and skill dev.
3.Establishment (25-44) entry leve skill building and stabilization through work experience
4.Maintenance (45-64) continue to adjust to improve position.
5.Delcine reduce output and prepare for retirement.
Krumboltz Social Learning Theory → 1. Genetic Endowment
4.Task approach skills
Holland's 6 categories → 1.all individuals fall into RIASEC
2.people of like personality flock together
3.people of the same personality type create a job environment that fits their type.
4.Six types of work environment follow RIASEC
5.people who are in #3 are more successful and satisfied
6.how you act and feel depends on your work environment.