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DSST Career Counseling

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1. Act first - think/reflect later - Feel deprived when cutoff from interaction with the outside world - Usually open to and motivated by outside world of people and things

2. Plan many of the details in advance before moving into action. Focus on task-related action; complete meaningful segments before moving on.

3. Situation - Self - Support - Strategies

4. Growth - Exploration - Establishment - Maintenance - Decline

5. 1. People who need little help 2. People that need some help 3. People who have problems seeing themselves in different jobs or making changes in their job 4. People who need extensive help - and have major flaws in their PCT

6. Differential Psychology - Developmental Psychology - Occupational Sociology - Personality Theory

7. Anticipated transition - Unanticipated transition - Nonevent transition

8. How individuals develop concepts of abilities - interests - and life stages

9. Descriptive Statistics - Test-Retest Reliability - Factor Analysis - Error in Psychometric Properties

10. Mentally live in the Now - attending to present opportunities - Using common sense and creating practical solutions is automatic-instinctual

11. (E-I) - (S-N) - (T-F) - (J-P)

12. Instinctively search for facts and logic in a decision situation. Naturally notices tasks and work to be accomplished.

13. Realistic - Investigative - Artistic - Social - Enterprising - Conventional

14. - practical - detailed information about an occupation; - understanding the variety of work someone might do in that occupation; - learning about working environment - financial (private vs. public sector employers) - physical (office vs. field work)

15. Cook - Heppner - and O'Brien

16. Ideological components of a given society - including norms and values

17. Worker Characteristics Worker Requirements - Experience Requirements - Occupational Specific Information - Labor Market - Occupation Requirements

18. The Details report will display all descriptors for the selected occupation - definitions of descriptors - and a rating of how important each descriptor is to the occupation.

19. Linkage between subsystems that directly influence the individual

20. Ideas about occupational mobility and the impact of environmental influences

21. Work - love - and friendship

22. The various traits individuals possess and the variety of occupational requirements

23. Instinctively employ personal feelings and impact on people in decision situations - Naturally sensitive to people needs and reactions.

24. Mentally live in the Future - attending to future possibilities - Using imagination and creating/inventing new possibilities is automatic-instinctual

25. The Summary report will provide an overview or snapshot of the selected occupation - displaying the most important descriptors.

26. Interaction between two or more Microsystems

27. Comfortable moving into action without a plan; plan on-the-go. Like to multitask - have variety - mix work and play.

28. Career Assessment - Typical Day - Strengths & Obstacles - Summary

29. Covers a range of views from acknowledging how social factors shape interpretations to how the social world is constructed by social processes and relational practices

30. Child - Student - Leisurite - Citizen - Worker - Homemaker

31. How people construct their ideas about themselves - others - and their worlds as they try to make sense out of their real-life experiences

32. Lent - Brown - Hackett - Self-Efficacy (Bandura) - Outcome Expectations (Hackett & Betz)

33. The concepts of self-concept and person-environment theory

34. Think/reflect first - then Act - Regularly require an amount of 'private time' to recharge batteries - Motivated internally - mind is sometimes so active it is 'closed' to outside world

35. Worker Orientation - Job Orientation

36. Interpersonal interactions within a given environment

37. Lightweight - visually attractive career option browsing; - Finding local schools offering the education or training required by an occupation - Obtaining lists of required skills and abilities - and technology use;

38. Observational (Parson's) Empirical (Strong) Theoretical (Ginzberg - Super - Holland)

39. Krumboltz Skills: curiosity - persistence - flexibility - and risk taking