Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Department of Psychology
Margaret M. Nauta
This thesis reports the results of a study conducted to examine psychometric properties of Career Indecision Profile-65 scores, including measurement invariance between college student and non-college samples. The responses of 529 college students and 472 non-college students to an online survey revealed that a four-factor structure fit the data in both samples well. Metric invariance was not supported. Six-week test-retest reliability was found to be high, and in the expected range. The tendency to maximize was found to be correlated strongly with one of the four factors. This study furthered the psychometric research for the Career Indecision Profile-65 and found evidence to support its use in practice and further research. Further implications, as well as limitations and future directions will be discussed.
Zobell, Casey J., "Measurement Invariance and Psychometric Properties of Career Indecision Profile-65 Scores: College Student and Non-College Samples" (2016). Theses and Dissertations. 643.