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|Other Titles:||The Relationship among Career Barriers, Career Self- Efficacy and Career Development of the Academically Gifted Students in High Schools|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The purposes of this research were to explore the differences and relationship among career barriers, career self-efficacy and career development of the academically gifted students in high schools in terms of gender, educational stage and categories of giftedness. The data were collected from a questionnaire survey of 485 academically gifted students in high schools. The main findings of this research were as follows: Career development, career self-efficacy and career barriers of academically gifted students varied significantly in terms of gender, educational stage and categories of giftedness. There existed a significantly positive correlation between career development and career self-efficacy, a significantly negative correlation between career self-efficacy and career barriers and a significantly negative correlation between career development and career barriers. Career self-efficacy had a partial mediation effect on the relationship between career barriers and career development. Suggestions for future studies and gifted education were discussed.
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