Hugo Munsterberg and the Origins of Vocational Guidance

Title

Hugo Munsterberg and the Origins of Vocational Guidance

Creator

Porfeli E J

Publisher

Career Development Quarterly

Date

2009
2009-03

Description

Hugo Munsterberg was among the most famous psychologists in the world at the turn of the 20th century, Despite his preeminence and associations with prominent leaders in several disciples, including Frank Parsons, his abrasive personality and Unpopular politics led to his work being largely ignored during the 20th century. One such work is H. Munsterberg's (1910c) Vocation and Learning: A Popular Reading Course, which represents an early trait-and-factor psychological model of vocation. This triangular model suggests that people and vocations arc composed of thinking, feeling, and willing dimensions that Must be aligned to find the most suitable vocation for the person.

Subject

emotion; Psychology; Psychology

Format

Journal Article

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Pages

225-236

Issue

3

Volume

57

Citation

Porfeli E J, “Hugo Munsterberg and the Origins of Vocational Guidance,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed January 23, 2022, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/6795.

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