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93), Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy Scale (r = .
Although this construct has been shown to correlate with overall perceptions of self-efficacy and self-esteem (Luzzo & Hackett, 1987), career decision-making self-efficacy is an independent measure of the extent to which an individual is confident of his or her abilities to make competent and appropriate decisions regarding occupational selection, planning and attainment.
One of the experts suggested changing the response prompts to match other self-efficacy instruments, such as the Middle School Career Decision-Making Scale (Fouad & Smith, 1997), the Career Decision-Making Self-Efficacy Scale (Betz & Luzzo, 1996), and the Academic Milestones Scale (Nauta et al.
In working with clients to increase career decision-making self-efficacy or domain-specific self-efficacy (e.
Effects of an undergraduate career class on men's and women's career decision-making self-efficacy and vocational identity.
Career decision-making self-efficacy and career commitment: Gender and ethnic differences among college students.
The authors explore the hypothesis that career decision-making self-efficacy could be affected by negative career thoughts.
Participants completed adapted versions of the Career Decision-Making Difficulties Questionnaire, the Athlete Identity Measurement Scale, the Career Decision-Making Self-efficacy Short Form, and the Work Locus of Control Scale.