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An evaluation of a picture occupational preference test for educationally handicapped people.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Division of Occupational Health, Occupational Health Research and Training Facility, RR-1, 1964 Jan; :1-12
The Brainard Occupational Preference Inventory is used for comparison to a version of a picture vocational interest test contructed to identify preferential job interests, via pictures, of workers having educational and cultural handicaps. The results indicate that the subject's educational level influenced the types of jobs preferred, and support the need for separate training programs for lower educational groups.
Test-methods; Testing; Industrial-education; Teaching
An evaluation of a picture occupational preference test for educationally handicapped people
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