A CAUSAL MODEL OF DEVELOPMENT OF CAREER MATURITY IN PSYCHOLOGIST

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เอื้ออนุช ถนอมวงษ์ งามลมัย ผิวเหลือง

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The research objectives were to study a causal model of development in career maturity of psychologist and to establish a causal model of development in career maturity of psychologist. The populations used for this study were the students majoring in Psychology .The sample, were derived by means of Multi-stage sampling. Opinions from 936 samples were collected by questionnaires and analyzed by regression analysis, path analysis as well as Structure Equation Model analysis with the SPSS/PC and LISREL Programs. Results indicated that


1 ) Family function, Psychological capital, Student engagement were causes of career maturity of psychologist by which Family function variables affected career maturity of psychologist the most through Student Engagement variables.


2 ) Causal relationship in career maturity of psychologist was consistent with empirical data Chi-square (gif.latex?\chi&space;^{2})= 62.08 df = 61,  p = 0.437,  gif.latex?\chi&space;^{2} / df = 1.018,  GFI = 0.993 ,CFI = 1.000, RMSEA = 0.004, Career maturity was directly  affected by student engagement at 0.51 ,and was totally affected by family function at 0.53.           

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ถนอมวงษ์เ., & ผิวเหลืองง. (2018). A CAUSAL MODEL OF DEVELOPMENT OF CAREER MATURITY IN PSYCHOLOGIST. Journal of Industrial Education, 16(3), 126-134. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/120320
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