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ERIC Number: ED032880
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 15
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CVCC Student Performance on the Holland Vocational Preference Inventory.
Reed, M. Douglas
In the fall of 1968, 269 males and 167 females at Central Virginia Community College were administered the Holland Vocational Preference Inventory. Statistical comparisons were made scale-for-scale between these students and national normative group average scores. The comparisons of means and standard deviations were analyzed by "t" tests; the results of these tests were presented. In general it was found that both males and females were quite different from the standardized groups and appeared to be somewhat deficient in the areas considered essential for effective educational outcomes. This report was prefaced with a description of the test including a discussion of its rationale, reliability and validity, and the advantage of using this type of personality inventory. (MB)
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Authoring Institution: Central Virginia Community Coll., Lynchburg. Dept. of Guidance.
Identifiers: Holland Vocational Preference Inventory; Virginia