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Title: Multidimensional scaling research in vocational psychology
Authors: Rounds, James B., Jr.
Zevon, Michael A.
Issue Date: 1983
Citation: Rounds, James B & Zevon, Michael A. (1983). Multidimensional scaling research in vocational psychology. Applied Psychological Measurement, 7, 491-510. doi:10.1177/014662168300700407
Abstract: This review summarizes and evaluates the use of multidimensional scaling in vocational psychology. Multidimensional scaling applications are found in two primary areas: vocational interests and occupational perceptions. These areas correspond to the two major uses of multidimensional scaling: configural verification and dimensional identification. Two issues-the relationship between multidimensional scaling and alternative data analytic methods, and the selection of occupational stimuli-are discussed. A number of developing areas for the application of multidimensional scaling are identified.
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