ERIC Number: ED058288
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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Washington Pre-College Testing Program Vocational Interest Inventory (1972).
Lunneborg, P. W.
The intent of the Vocational Interest Inventory is to provide an intra-individual profile of interests across eight activity foci: service, outdoor, science, business contact, organization, technology, general cultural, and arts and entertainment. The inventory, which may be group administered, employs as ipsative, forced-choice format for both 56-item sections, "Occupations" and "Activities." The inventory was analyzed on a sample of high school juniors. It was initially scored by summing, separately for each section, the items answered in the keyed direction for each of the eight interest areas. A hand-scoring key is included in the manual (TM 000 784). (MS)
Descriptors: Agricultural Occupations, Art Activities, Careers, Clerical Occupations, Finance Occupations, Forced Choice Technique, High School Students, Interest Inventories, Interests, Occupational Aspiration, Researchers, Sales Occupations, Service Occupations, Teachers, Technical Occupations, Tests, Vocational Interests, White Collar Occupations
University of Washington, Bureau of Testing, Seattle, Washington 98105
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Washington Univ., Seattle. Bureau of Testing.
Identifiers: Vocational Interest Inventory (Mitchell)