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ERIC Number: ED065522
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 14
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A Comparison of Satisfied and Dissatisfied Users of Holland's SELF Directed Search (SDS).
Collins, Anne M.; Sedlacek, William E.
Preliminary use of the Self Directed Search (SDS) led to the speculation that some people were very dissatisfied with their results and others were quite pleased. Of the 4,631 incoming freshmen at the University of Maryland who completed the SDS, 485 were extremely dissatisfied with their results. The codes for these groups were compared using chi-square and t. Results indicated a greater percent of those dissatisfied did not obtain codes with a corresponding occupation listed in the SDS booklet. Also the satisfied group received more Artistic and Investigative codes while the dissatisfied group received more Conventional codes. The possibility that the SDS favors people from upper socioeconomic levels and implications of the results were discussed. (Author)
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Authoring Institution: Maryland Univ., College Park. Counseling Center.
Identifiers: Holland (John L); Self Directed Search