Efficacy of the Vocational Preference Inventory as a Discriminator of Attachment Styles
The authors assessed the Vocational Preference Inventory as a discriminator of attachment styles. Although the means for some of the six career interest scales completed by 200 undergraduates varied somewhat across four attachment style categories, substantial within-group variances masked apparent differences. None of the scales met the minimum criterion of F to enter; thus none of these scales discriminated among categories of attachment style.
Randolph, D. L.,
Waldrop, D. G.
(1995). Efficacy of the Vocational Preference Inventory as a Discriminator of Attachment Styles. Psychological Reports, 76(3), 1260-1262.
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