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ERIC Number: ED012053
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 27
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Reference Count: 0
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THE VALIDITY OF TWO PREDICTORS OF COUNSELOR SATISFACTION AND COUNSELOR SATISFACTORINESS.
MILLER, LEONARD A.; MUTHARD, JOHN E.
TWO HYPOTHESES RELATING THE AMOUNT OF RISK-TAKING A COUNSELOR DISPLAYS TO HIS JOB SUCCESS AND JOB SATISFACTION WERE PROPOSED. HOWEVER, RISK-TAKING, AS MEASURED BY WILLINGNESS TO BET ON ANSWERS TO A REHABILITATION INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE TEST GIVEN TO 83 COUNSELORS IN FOUR STATES, LACKED A RELATIONSHIP OF PRACTICAL SIGNIFICANCE. A SECOND STUDY WAS UNDERTAKEN TO EXPLORE THE FEASIBILITY OF RELATING BIOGRAPHICAL DATA TO CERTAIN COUNSELOR PERFORMANCES, WITH A VIEW TO BUILDING A PERSONAL HISTORY APPLICATION BLANK. A BIOGRAPHICAL DATA BLANK, THE PERSONAL HISTORY AND OPINION INVENTORY CONSISTING OF 107 ITEMS, WAS ADMINISTERED TO 143 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS IN SIX STATES. ALTHOUGH ANALYSIS OF THE INVENTORY SUGGESTED SOME AREAS WHICH APPEAR TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH COUNSELOR SATISFACTORINESS AND SATISFACTION, ITEM ANALYSIS DID NOT YIELD A SET OF ITEMS WHICH PREDICTED SUCCESS IN A CROSS-VALIDATION GROUP. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PUBLISHED IN "THE CRITERIA PROBLEM IN REHABILITATION COUNSELING" AS CHAPTER VII (PP. 48-51), APPENDIX F (PP. 96-101)., APPENDIX G (PP. 102-108), AND REFERENCES (PP. 123-129). (PS)
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Authoring Institution: Iowa Univ., Iowa City. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: Iowa (Iowa City); PEARSON PRODUCT MOMENT CORRELATION; PERSONAL HISTORY AND OPINION INVENTORY; REHABILITATION INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE TEST