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The authors examined the incremental validity, beyond vocational interest, of the General Confidence Themes of the Skills Confidence Inventory ( ) as measures of vocational self-efficacy in identifying tenured and satisfied membership in 21 occupational groups for 1,105 employed women and men....
A content analysis of the research published in the (JCP) was conducted for a 26-year period (1973–1998). A total of 2,027 articles were classified into 14 substantive content categories. Frequency distributions were used to identify the most frequently published authors and institutional...
Concept mapping tasks (CMTs) and association tasks were used to examine knowledge structures about clients. Four experienced and 5 novice counselors read a counseling transcript, categorized client statements, and mapped the relationships among categories. Cluster analyses revealed that novice...
Surveys have tended to conclude that personal therapy for therapists is useful, but they have offered little information about how it is useful. The authors interviewed 7 practicing therapists about their personal therapy and how it affected their clinical work. In an intensive qualitative...
Change in self-understanding of maladaptive interpersonal patterns has been an important mechanism of symptom change in theories of dynamic psychotherapy and has been specified as an important treatment outcome by psychotherapy clients. The current investigation evaluated the reliability and...
This study was designed to investigate the academic-subject-matter domain specificity of self-efficacy, interests, outcome expectations, and goals. Four major subject-matter domains were selected to investigate this issue: math/science, art, social studies, and English. To examine this question,...
The authors present a marker-based method for tracking the assimilation of a previously outcast voice into the self, conceived as a community of voices. In a qualitative assimilation analysis of the case of Jan, a woman whose depressive symptoms abated in process-experiential psychotherapy, the...
Previous research documents that mental health professionals' attitudes reflect the general public's stereotype of women as hyperemotional. This article reports the results of 6 studies exploring the existence of a complementary stereotype of men as hypoemotional. As predicted, counselors and...
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