COUC 522 Quiz 1

COUC 522 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Those adhering to a self-fulfilling work ethic are seeking a career that allows them to be
  2. According to Savickas, the competencies which will become the main areas of focus for career counselors are
  3. Parsons’ tripartite model for vocational direction developed into the approach to career development interventions known as
  4. The main organization for professional career counselors is the
  5. Which of the following statements is true?
  6. A systematic process for occupational decision-making, labeled true reasoning, was developed by
  7. Which of the following was the first to shift the focus of career development interventions to that of an ongoing process?
  8. The idea that feelings in one area of life affect feelings in another area of living is know as
  9. By definition, _____________ refers to the lifelong psychological and behavioral processes as well as contextual influences shaping a person’s career over the lifespan.
  10. Today’s, career development practitioners help individuals manage their career development by helping them do all of the following EXCEPT:

Set 2

  1. The idea that feelings in one area of life affect feelings in another area of living is know as
  2. Which of the following statements is true?
  3. The main organization for professional career counselors is the
  4. A systematic process for occupational decision-making, labeled true reasoning, was developed by
  5. Parsons’ tripartite model for vocational direction developed into the approach to career development interventions known as
  6. Career uncertainty and occupational dissatisfaction may cause
  7. Forty years ago the prevailing term for one’s career was
  8. Entrepreneurial and career work ethics have been replaced by the
  9. According to Savickas, the competencies which will become the main areas of focus for career counselors are
  10. Those adhering to a self-fulfilling work ethic are seeking a career that allows them to be
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