Behavioral training for increasing effective job-interview skills: Follow-up and evaluation

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Abstract

Presents data concerning the social validation of an empirically based training model for increasing job-interview skills. The model combined role-playing, modeling, and guided discussion. 46 master's-level counselors trained in the use of the model conducted over 320 workshops for approximately 4,100 secondary and postsecondary students. Data generated by these counselors indicate that the model was easily employed as an effective training procedure. Also, student participants reported high levels of consumer satisfaction and identified several components of the model as being most beneficial. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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