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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (8) : 1214-1223     DOI:
研究前沿 |
Indecisiveness in the Domain of Career Decision Problems
XIONG Hong-Xing;ZHENG Xue
(1 Research Center of Psychological Application, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510631, China)
(2 Center of Psychological Counseling, Jiangxi Normal University, Nanchang 330022, China)
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Abstract  Indecisiveness is a general tendency to repeatedly experience difficulties in making all sorts of life decisions and is a major concern of career psychologists. It has a great impact on career decision-making, such as decisional procrastination, tunnel vision, and post-decisional problems etc. It is not only associated with many personality factors, but also with some clinical symptoms. The position of indecisiveness in the career decision-making concept system and how to translate it into Chinese are discussed. Further researches about this issue are as follows: the structure of indecisiveness, the impact of indecisiveness on decision-making in the dynamic context, the antecedent variables of indecisiveness, the longitudinal study on indecisiveness etc.
Keywords career decision-making      indecisiveness      career indecision      decision-making difficulties     
Corresponding Authors: ZHENG Xue   
Issue Date: 15 August 2011
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XIONG Hong-Xing,ZHENG Xue. Indecisiveness in the Domain of Career Decision Problems[J]. , 2011, 19(8): 1214-1223.
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