Global Motivation as a Predictor of College Students' Ratings of a Career Intervention
The general purpose of the study is to find out whether or not intrinsic motivation affects the degree to which someone benefits from the Missouri Occupational Card Sort. This activity is used in career counseling to allow clients to better understand their interests with regard to choosing an occupation. The college students will first be asked to complete a pre-intervention questionnaire that includes the Global Motivation Scale (Guay, Mageau, & Vallerand, 2003). They then will complete the Missouri Occupational Card Sort. Lastly, they will answer questions regarding the extent to which they found the activity to be helpful. The findings could tell us if intrinsic motivation contributes to an individual finding the Missouri Occupational Card Sort to be useful in their career decision making process and, if so, to what extent.
Mims, Mariah, "Global Motivation as a Predictor of College Students' Ratings of a Career Intervention" (2018). University Research Symposium. 101.