Explaining Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy: Personality, Cognitions, and Cultural Mistrust
The authors explore the hypothesis that career decision-making self-efficacy could be affected by negative career thoughts, Big Five personality factors, and cultural mistrust in a sample of African American and Caucasian college students. Findings demonstrated that negative career thinking, openness, and conscientiousness explained a significant amount of variance in career decision-making self-efficacy in a general sample of college students, but no unique variance was explained by cultural mistrust in a sample of African American college students.
Career Development Quarterly
Yowell, E. B.,
Buzzetta, M. E.
(2011). Explaining Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy: Personality, Cognitions, and Cultural Mistrust. Career Development Quarterly, 59(5), 400-411.
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