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SESSION IV

Concurrent Roundtables

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IV-a Using Holland’s Theory, the Self-Directed Search, and Four Other Tools in Life/Career Transitions

Robert Reardon, Florida State University

Katie Meyer-Griffith, Psychological Assessment Resources

 

IV-b Using Mixture Modeling To Understand Vocational Interest Profiles: The Impact Of Personality And Sex

Erica Mathis & Emily Bullock-Yowell, University of Southern Mississippi

 

IV-c The Intergenerational Relation of Vocational Interests and Occupations

Florian G. Hartmann, Universität der Bundeswehr München

Jutta von Maurice, Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsverläufe

Christian Tarnai, Universität der Bundeswehr München

 

IV-d How to Develop a Holland RIASEC Interest Inventory: Lessons Learned with the Find Your Interests (FYI) Inventory

Shannon Salyer, Defense Personnel Assessment Center

Rodney A. McCloy, HumRRO

James Rounds, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

Patrick J. Rottinghaus, University of Missouri–Columbia

 

IV-e Beyond the Classroom: Preparing Graduate Teaching Assistants to Transition to Profession Work

Mary Dawes & Janelle Kappes, Arizona State University

 

IV-f Impostor Phenomenon and Career Development of Graduate Student Women

Jessamyn Perlus, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

 

IV-g Cross Borders and Beyond: Career Transitions among International Graduate Students in Psychology

Yunkyoung Garrison, & Soeun Park, University of Iowa

Bo Hyun Lee, University of Missouri–Columbia

Young Hwa Kim, University of Maryland

 

IV-h A Highly Effective Career-Focused Reentry Program for Inmates in Transition: Greener Pastures

Victoria A. Shivy & Jesse A. Wingate, Virginia Commonwealth University

 

IV-i Career Adaptability for Vocational Tasks, Occupational Transitions, and Work Trauma

Mark Savickas, Northeast Ohio Medical University

Suzanne Savickas, & Steven Antalvari, Kent State University