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Gifted College Students' Rational Decision Making and Intrinsic Motivation in Relation to Their Major Conviction: Mediating Effect of Career Decision Efficacy
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Gifted College Students' Rational Decision Making and Intrinsic Motivation in Relation to Their Major Conviction: Mediating Effect of Career Decision Efficacy
Yang, Taeyoun; Han, Kisoon; Park, Inho;
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The purpose of this study is to explore related variables to influence gifted college students' career conviction and to propose a structural model. For the study, 292 college students who have experienced university affiliated gifted education program during their school days. Rational decision making test, intrinsic motivation test, career decision efficacy test, and major conviction test were utilized. SPSS program and AMOS were used for statistical analyses. The results are summarized as follows. The fit of measurement model was found to be TLI=.923, CFI=.951, RMSEA=.077, indicating most of the fit indexes were acceptable. The path to career conviction from rational decision making and intrinsic motivation was found to be insignificant, suggesting a revised model. The fit of final revised measurement model was found to be TLI =.926, CFI=.951, RMSEA=.075, indicating the model was acceptable. Interestingly, the career decision efficacy was found to be the complete mediator among the rational decision making, intrinsic motivation, and career conviction. The results of the study showed that career decision efficacy has a very important role in gifted college students'career choice and decision. Implication of the study related to the career education and counseling has been discussed in depth.
 Keywords
gifted college students;rational decision making;intrinsic motivation;career decision efficacy;career conviction;
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Korean
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