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CDMD. Gati, Krausz, and Osipow's (1996) hierarchical taxonomy of CDMD has been largely supported by empirical evidence in both Western and Eastern cultural settings (Fan, Cheung, Leong, & Cheung, 2014; Gati et al., 2010).
We proposed three specific hypotheses based on the theoretical meaning of and empirical evidence for particular thinking styles and those of career exploration and CDMD.
Therefore, individuals with Type I styles will positively explore self and environmental career features, and their CDMD in the LR and LI domains may be decreased.
Hypothesis 2: People with Type 11 styles may prefer conservative thinking and avoid risk-taking behaviors (Fan & Zhang, 2009); thus, they may not like to explore self and environmental career features and may have more CDMD in the LR and LI domains.
Considering the inconsistent findings about the relationship between career exploration and CDMD in different cultural settings, as reported by Xu et al.
We report two studies that examined the contributions of family intrusiveness to CDMD in career readiness.
Given the important role of the family in Chinese culture, Study 1 aimed to explore the relationship between perceived family intrusiveness and CDMD in Chinese college students' career readiness, with a mediating contribution from the personality dimension of family orientation.
Whereas both family intrusiveness and family orientation could contribute to CDMD in a Chinese cultural context, family orientation might also mediate the influences of perceived family intrusiveness on CDMD.
Gati, Krausz, and Osipow (1996) proposed and tested a three-category taxonomy of CDMD and developed the Career Decision-Making Difficulties Questionnaire--Revised (CDDQ-R; Gati & Saka, 2001).
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