2016
DOI: 10.17265/2159-5542/2016.06.005
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William B. Davidson, Hall P. Beck

Abstract: A measure of career integration was developed and administered to 3,258 students enrolled in baccalaureate programs at five universities in the United States. Principle component analysis of scores indicated that the initial pool of 11 items could be meaningfully explained by one substantial factor. The five highest loading items were retained for further analyses, forming an internally reliable scale. Using the original sample of students and their scores on other relevant variables, the measure of career in…

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