ERIC Number: ED057199
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jun
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Manual for the Minnesota Importance Questionnaire. Minnesota Studies in Vocational Rehabilitation: XXVIII.
Gay, Evan G.; And Others
The Minnesota Importance Questionnaire (MIQ) is a 210-item pair-comparison instrument designed to measure 20 vocationally relevant need dimensions: (1) ability utilization, (2) achievement, (3) activity, (4) advancement, (5) authority, (6) company policies and practices, (7) compensation, (8) co-workers, (9) creativity, (10) independence, (11) moral values, (12) recognition, (13) responsibility, (14) security, (15) social service, (16) social status, (17) supervision-human relations, (18) supervision-technical, (19) variety, and (20) working conditions. Designed for use by trained personnel only, the MIQ has many uses in vocational rehabilitation. This manual for the MIQ includes counseling uses, test interpretation, and technical data about the development, reliability, and validity of the MIQ. (Author/BH)
Descriptors: Guides, Psychological Testing, Questionnaires, Rehabilitation Counseling, Testing, Vocational Rehabilitation, Work Attitudes
Project Manager, Work Adjustment Project, Industrial Relations Center, University of Minnesota, 447 Business Administration Building, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455
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Sponsor: Social and Rehabilitation Service (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Industrial Relations Center.
Identifiers: Minnesota Importance Questionnaire