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SIISeiko Instruments, Inc.
SIIServicio de Impuestos Internos (Chile)
SIIStandards Institution of Israel
SIISilicon Image, Inc.
SIISistema Integral de Información (Spanish: Integrated Information System; Mexico)
SIIStrong Interest Inventory
SIISociété pour l'Informatique Industrielle (French: Society for Industrial Computers)
SIISilicon Image Inc.
SIIService Interval Indicator
SIISpatial Information Infrastructure
SIISecurities and Investment Institute (UK)
SIISecurities Industry Institute (executive development program)
SIISolvency II (insurance requirements)
SIISelf-Inflicted Injury
SIISystemic Infrastructure Initiative (Australia)
SIISíndrome de Intestino Irritable (Spanish: Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
SIISensory Integration International
SIISciences International, Inc. (now Tetra Tech Sciences; Virginia)
SIIStandards Institute of Israel
SIIScout II (truck model)
SIISuccessor In Interest
SIISocial Insurance Institution of Finland
SIISouthern Ionics Incorporated (West Point, MS)
SIIService Improvement Initiative (Canada)
SIISiilinjärvi (Finland)
SIISpecial Interest Item
SIIScott's Inspections Inc (San Antonio, TX)
SIIScalable Information Infrastructure
SIISpace Industries, Inc.
SIIStrategic Infrastructure Initiative
SIISpecial Investigative Inquiry
SIIStatement of Intelligence Interest
SIISelf Identified Issue (various organizations)
SIISociété Immobilière d'Investissement (French: Real Estate Investment Company)
SIISpecial Instructions Indicator
SIIStrengths, Improvements, and Insights
SIISystem Internal Interface
SIISecurity Investigation Index
SIIService Identity Index
SIISoftware International Incorporated
SIISuitability Investigative Index
SIISinclair Intimacy Institute
SIISouthern Industrial Institute, Inc.
SIISystems Interface Inc.
SIISoldier Information Interface
SIIStatic/Stub Invocation Interface (CORBA client-side API)
SIISponsor Identification Index
SIIStrategic Inventory Initiative
SIISemantic Information Integration (Digital Enterprise Research Institute; Ireland)
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Strong's legacy and beyond: 70 years of the Strong Interest Inventory.
The inventory was scored like the Strong Interest Inventory, with specific occupations that empirically differentiated a group from a Tradesman-in-General group.
In order to obtain a high response rate considering the lengthy survey, which included the 291 items in the Strong Interest Inventory and 60 items in the Skills Confidence Inventory, the researcher attempted to follow Dillman's tailored design method for mail surveys, including multiple contacts to participants.
For instance, Swanson and colleagues found that students did not recall their Strong Interest Inventory scores accurately after interpretation.
The latest version of the Strong Vocational Interest Blanks--called the Strong Interest Inventory (Harmon, Hansen, Borgen, and Hammer, 1994)--is a questionnaire consisting of 317 questions which inquire about respondents' interest in a wide range of items associated with occupations, occupational activities, hobbies, leisure activities, school subjects, and preferred types of people.
the current Strong Interest Inventory (Harmon, Hansen, Borgen, &
The explanatory power of individual General Occupational Themes (GOTs), Basic Interest Scales (BISs), and Personal Style Scales (PSSs) of the Strong Interest Inventory (L.
Fouad and Mohler looked at the General Occupational Themes and the Basic Interest Scales of the Strong Interest Inventory (SII).
Such a background, along with a strong need to provide "succorance" (supported by my scores on this subscale of the Edwards Personal Preference Schedule and on similar subscales of the Strong Interest Inventory, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, and an early Kuder), led me to counseling as my career choice.
expanded the Skills Confidence Inventory (SCI; Betz, Borgen, & Harmon, 1996) to assess self-efficacy regarding the Basic Interest dimensions of the Strong Interest Inventory (SII).
The Strong Interest Inventory (SII; Strong, Campbell, & Hansen, 1985), which measures the client's interests based on attitudes and knowledge related to stages of career development.