Winter Publications for NCDA Members
The newest issue of Career Developments magazine is a combined Fall/Winter 2020 issue. It is electronically available to members (go to Members Only Resources after logging in). This issue's theme is "Disrupt Career Development." View the Table of Contents of the newest issue (as well as editorial and submission information) under Publications:Career Developments.
The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ) is the premier journal of NCDA and a benefit of NCDA membership. Members may access the electronic version of the Journal by logging in and clicking on Members Only Resources under their name, on the upper right side of the website. This access includes the completely searchable database of all issues!
The Table of Contents for the December 2020 issue is listed below. Read more details about the CDQ (including Submission Guidelines) by clicking on Publications: Career Development Quarterly.
Volume 68 Number 4 December 2020
Dysfunctional Career Thoughts and Perceived Quality of Parental Relationships in Adolescents with ADHD
Abiola Dipeolu, Stephanie Hargrave, Stephen J. Leierer, Edward A. Mainzer, and Leslie Davies
Minority Community College Students’ Critical Consciousness and Social Cognitive Career Outcomes
German Cadenas, Nathalie Lynn, Katherine Melo, Lian Liu, Elizabeth Cantú, Alissa Ruth, Sabrina Carroll, Simeon Kulp, and Tameka Spence
Moderators of Career Calling and Job-Search Behaviors among Unemployed Individuals
Anna Dalla Rosa, Michelangelo Vianello, Elisa Maria Galliani, and Ryan D. Duffy
Perceived Career Barriers and Career Decidedness of First-Generation College Students
Teru Toyokawa and Chelsie DeWald
Triarchic Model of Grit Dimensions as Predictors of Career Outcomes
LO Chi Ting and Jesus Alfonso Daep DATU
Student Veterans: Meaning in Life, Negative Career Thoughts, and Depression
Mary E. Buzzetta, Janet G. Lenz, Seth C. W. Hayden, and Debra S. Osborn
Answered Callings, Unanswered Callings, or No Calling: Examining a Nationally Representative Sample
Dylan R. Marsh, Alexandra J. Alayan, and Bryan J. Dik