Effects of career interventions on vocational cognitive complexity
Mau, Wei-Cheng J.
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Mau, W.-C., Calvert, C., & Gregory, R. (1997). Effects of career interventions on vocational cognitive complexity. Journal of Career Development, 23(4), 279-293.
The article reports on the effects of career interventions on vocational cognitive complexity. Career development can be viewed as an ongoing restructuring of vocational schemas, proceeding from a state of undifferentiation to a state of increasingly differentiated, articulated, and hierarchically integrated vocational constructs. Vocational cognitive complexity is comprised of vocational construct differentiation and vocational construct integration. Correlational studies have linked vocational cognitive complexity with various career behaviors.
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