Date of Award

Summer 1983

Document Type

Dissertation - Restricted

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)



First Advisor

Kipfmueller, Mark K.

Second Advisor

Davis, Anne S.

Third Advisor

Richardson, Ted


This study examined the effects of a System of Interactive Guidance and Information (SIGI) on the vocational maturity of college students who requested assistance in career planning and decision-making. Three comparison groups were employed. One group took a course on career planning, but did not use the SIG! program. The, second group participated in a similar course, but used SIGI as well. The third group used SIGI, but did not take the course. The intent of the study was to observe the effects of SIGI when used alone and in combination with an established form of treatment. The Career Development Inventory (CDI) was used as the dependent variable.



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