Conducting General versus Population and Setting-Specific Meta Analyses

  • Susan C. Whiston Indiana University Bloomington

Abstract

This chapter appears in J. P. Sampson, E. Bullock-Yowell, V. C. Dozier, D. S. Osborn, & J. G. Lenz (Eds.), Integrating theory, research, and practice in vocational psychology: Current status and future directions. Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University. Retrieved from http://journals.fcla.edu/svp2016/.

The chapter is based on a paper presented at the conference of the Society of Vocational Psychology, May 16–17, 2016, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.  A video presentation of a preliminary version of this paper may be retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DWz7QIP2gM&index=14&list=PLCsXiACK-LKrVRKb1z_Nw3METZg-SoRFA

Correspondence concerning this chapter should be addressed to Susan C. Whiston, Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405-1006.  E-mail: swhiston@indiana.edu.

Keywords: career intervention, demographic variables, meta-analysis, population-specific meta-analysis, setting-specific meta-analysis

Published
2017-04-04
Section
Section 2: Using Theory and Research to Improve Evidence-Based Practice