Dimensions and Measurements of Vocational Maturity
by Donald E. Super - 1955
The failure to construct theories and measures of vocational development is a major weakness in applied psychology. As part of an attempt to remedy this situation, this discussion considers the concepts of vocational development and vocational maturity, endeavors to show their place in vocational psychology and vocational guidance, and in particular, reports progress in the development of a number of indices of vocational maturity.
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