Emotional intelligence, Cognitive differentiation, Gender and Parental influence as factors in career decision making
Dr. Mrinalini Paradkar, Dr.Anupam Shukla
Career decision making, Cognitive differentia0tion, Emotional Intelligence, Gender and Parental influence.
The present study is an attempt to find out the career decision making ability of career oriented boys and girl students in relation to their parental influence and cognitive differentiation ability and emotional intelligence. Career decision making is a cognitive process which is influenced by rational and emotional brain of an individual. Parents always play major role in career decision of their children. Thus, present study is aimed at examining the effect of emotional intelligence and parental influence and cognitive differentiation ability of career oriented boys and girls in career decision making ability. The study was conducted on 320 students of science and commerce stream by using 2x2x2x2 factorial design with fixed effect model consisting randomized sampling technique. They were asked to fill the questionnaires regarding emotional intelligence inventory by Thomas & Shushma (2003), Cognitive differentiation grid by (Manchanda and Hasan 1998) and finally career decision making questionnaire of Gati (1996). Contribution of these factors in generating variance upon career decision making have been done through multiple regression analysis.
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Unique Paper ID: 161351

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 3

Page(s): 401 - 405
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