DEVELOPMENTAL PORTRAIT OF AN ADULT IN MIDLIFE
This paper presents the findings of an interview conducted with a 58 year old woman. The interview data is then analyzed using Erik Erikson’s Psychosocial Crisis Theory of Human Development, focusing on his view of human development in middle age and the particular psychosocial conflict or crisis that must be resolved. Findings are then synthesized and discussed.
Individual Personality Profile
This is a personality profile of the student, including the results of Myers Briggs, RIASEC, Big Five, EQ, and Self-Efficacy testing. These results are discussed in relation to their bearing on the student's future plans to become a writer and teacher.
Pursuing an MBA
Considers whether pursuing an MBA is appropriate for someone with a Myers-Briggs ESTJ personality type.
The Achievement Motive
This paper describes how a person driven by the achievement motive would look in terms of each factor in the Five Factor Model of personality. The factors are: conscientiousness, openness, neuroticism, extraversion and agreeableness.
EXTRAVERSION & LEADERSHIP.
Examines need for & effects of leader's assertiveness, charisma, initiative. Personality testing, communication skills, cultural factors.
Model for Resolving Difficulties in Career Counseling
This paper describes a proposed model for career counseling, the Custom Combination Model, which provides a GUI offering counselors the ability to specify student situations and work environment to obtain a list of the applicable career counseling theories and necessary technologies for a particular student's career path, taking into consideration adaptation for rapid change due to globalization and lifestyle phases of the student. Interviews with counselors and a university dean are summarized and related to the Model's capabilities.