The psychology of vocational choice : a theory of personality types and model environments / John L. Holland.

Waltham, Mass. : Blaisdell Pub. Company, 1966.

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Subjects Beroepskeuze.
Intérêts professionnels.
Psychologische aspecten.
Vocational interests.
Series Blaisdell book in psychology.
Topics in educational psychology.
Description ix, 132 pages ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 97-107) and index.
Summary A new theory of vocational behavior. Integrates the burgeoning literature in the field and outlines practical applications of our current knowledge. Examines personality types and environmental models from a fresh point of view, and avoids the truisms and clichés that have hither to marred contributions to the subject. Intended for students and professional audiences and as a help to the intelligent reader. --Back cover.
Contents Introduction to the theory -- The personality types -- Personality types and expected performance -- The environmental models -- Environmental models and expected influences -- People in environments -- Life histories -- Research and practical applications -- Appendix A.A classification scheme for determining a person's resemblance to the model types -- Appendix B. The personal survey.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)241946
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WorldCat Identities Holland, John L.
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