The study examines the vocational process in adolescence, displayed through interests, aptitudes and interpersonal adjustment. The research involves 167 students (93 in the 3rd year of middle school and 74 in the 5th year of secondary school). They completed: Inventory of personal resources and Questionnaire on education and career preferences. The results show that: boys have awareness of their problem solving ability and tendency to irritability, in addition to leadership capability among the oldest ones. Girls perceive mostly their ability of personal realization and attitudes to order. The youngest boys use valuational thought style and girls resort to executive style.

Personal resources, interpersonal adjustment and interests in a group of Italian students

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The study examines the vocational process in adolescence, displayed through interests, aptitudes and interpersonal adjustment. The research involves 167 students (93 in the 3rd year of middle school and 74 in the 5th year of secondary school). They completed: Inventory of personal resources and Questionnaire on education and career preferences. The results show that: boys have awareness of their problem solving ability and tendency to irritability, in addition to leadership capability among the oldest ones. Girls perceive mostly their ability of personal realization and attitudes to order. The youngest boys use valuational thought style and girls resort to executive style.
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