Contemporary Approaches to Interest Measurement was first published in 1973. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.Vocational counselors, guidance and counseling educators, employers, and others concerned with the responsibility of assessing occupational interests and advising students or workers about careers will find this book of great practical assistance, for it provides useful information about seven different vocational interest and work values inventories. The various inventories are discussed and described from the standpoint of their concepts of interests and values, item content and response formats, keying or scoring procedures, and types of scales. An individual contributor writes about each test, discussing its development, validity, reliability, and uses. Tables and figures supplement the text. Profiles of counselees are presented to show how interpretations are generated by the test findings and to illustrate features of the inventories that will be helpful to counselors. An introductory chapter by Dr. Zytowski discusses considerations in the selection and use of inventories. The final chapter is devoted to interpretations of each of the inventories, which were given to each of three different persons.The chapters on individual inventories and the authors are: The Strong Vocational Interest Blank for Men, David P. Campbell; The 1969 Revision of the Strong Vocational Interest Blank for Women, Lenore W. Harmon; The Minnesota Vocational Interest Inventory, W. Leslie Barnette, Jr.; The Kuder Occupational Interest Survey, Donald G. Zytowski; The Minnesota Importance Questionnaire, David J. Weiss; The Ohio Vocational Interest Survey, Ayres D’Costa; The World Values Inventory, Donald E. Super.This is Volume 10 of the Minnesota Library on Student Personnel Work, edited by Ralph F. Berdie.
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Donald G. Zytowski is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Iowa State University. He has served as assistant director of the University's Student Counseling Service and is currently Director of Research for Kuder, Inc, a leading provider of Internet-based tools for educational and career planning.
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