Psychology for Careers Counselling by Ruth Holdsworth (auth.)

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1976) Transition: Understanding and managing personal change. London: Martin Robertson. This is the first attempt to provide a conceptual framework to describe the psychological sequence of a transition. It is primarily a theoretical book, although some guidelines for the practitioner are available. Hopson, B. and Scally, M. (1980) How to cope with and gain from life transitions. In B. Hopson and M. 1. Leeds: Lifeskills Associates. This is for a classroom teacher of young people and consists of a series of carefully described group exercises to teach young people about transitions and how to cope more effectively with them.

46 Introduction to interpersonal behaviour Perhaps the most intensive recent study is that of Reddy and Brannigan (1979) for the Local Government Training Board in which they recorded and analysed the interviews of volunteer careers officers and used follow-up questionnaires for the clients. Discrepancies between the views of interviewer and interviewee were found on such aspects of the interview as how well-prepared the client was for it, what was covered in the interview, what the relationship was and what the results were.

Occupational Psychology, 37, 112-121. Keenan, A. (1977) Interviewers' evaluations of applicant characteristics Journal of Occupational Psychology, 49, 223-230. Lloyd, F. and Wilson, W. (1980) Interviews - the first impressions. Careers Bulletin, Summer, 2-4. C. (1964) The selection interview; a re-evaluation of published research. Personnel Psychology, 17, 239-260. Morgan, T. (1973) Recent insights into the selection interview. Personnel Review, Spring, 4-13. Reddy, H. and Brannigan, C. (1979) Careers Officers - A study of interview handling - A summary.

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