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Assessment of Attributions for Career Decision-Making

Evaluation of the reliability and validity of the Assessment of Attributions for Career Decision Making (AACDM).

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Three studies evaluated the reliability and validity of the Assessment of Attributions for Career Decision Making (AACDM), a measure of an individual's attributional style for career decision making. Factor analysis of the AACDM supported a three-factor structure consistent with attribution theory. Additional psychometric support for the AACDM included adequate internal consistency estimates and test–retest reliabilities and evidence of the measure's construct, criterion-related, and incremental validity. Suggestions for ongoing development of the AACDM and recommendations for its use in career counseling and research are discussed

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Journal of Vocational Behavior, 1998, 52(2), pp. 224-245

           .https://doi.org/10.1006/jvbe.1997.1582

Darrell AnthonyLuzzo   Amanda Jenkins Smith

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