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Contemporary Models in Vocational Psychology
A Volume in Honor of Samuel H. Osipow


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Contemporary Models in Vocational Psychology
A Volume in Honor of Samuel H. Osipow

Azy Barak (Editor)
Frederick Leong (Editor)



ISBN: 9780805826678


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Topics in this volume include: the PIC Model for career decision-making; career self-efficacy; Sam Osipow's contributions to occupational mental health; and a cognitive view of the nature of vocational interests.

In addition to being a professional text, it should also be a useful supplement text for career development and career counseling courses in graduate programs of counseling, counseling psychology, and industrial/organizational psychology.


ISBN 80582667
ISBN13 9780805826678
Publisher Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc
Format Paperback
Publication date 12/02/2001
Pages 344
Weight (grammes) 544
Published in United States
Height (mm) 229
Width (mm) 152

Contents: F.T.L. Leong, A. Barak, Some Introductory Notes on Innovations in Career Psychology Inspired by the Legacy of Samuel H. Osipow. I. Gati, I. Asher, The PIC Model for Career Decision Making: Prescreening, In-Depth Exploration, and Choice. N. Betz, Career Self-Efficacy. A.R. Spokane, D. Ferrara, Samuel H. Osipow's Contributions to Occupational Mental Health and the Assessment of Stress: The Occupational Stress Inventory. A. Barak, A Cognitive View of the Nature of Vocational Interests: Implications for Career Assessment, Counseling, and Research. E.I. Meir, A. Tziner, Cross-Cultural Assessment of Interests. F.T.L. Leong, F.C. Serafica, Cross-Cultural Perspective on Super's Career Development Theory: Career Maturity and Cultural Accommodation. L.F. Fitzgerald, L.W. Harmon, Women's Career Development: A Postmodern Update. J.M. Chartrand, W.B. Walsh, Career Assessment: Changes and Trends. L.M. Subich, K. Simonson, Career Counseling: The Evolution of Theory. J.L. Winer, Career Services Within the University. M.L. Savickas, Toward a Comprehensive Theory of Career Development: Dispositions, Concerns, and Narratives.