STUDIES IN CAREER MOTIVATION: III. EFFECTS OF REPEATED QUESTIONNAIRE ADMINISTRATION ON RETURNS AND ON INTENDED AND ACTUAL REENLISTMENT,
BUREAU OF NAVAL PERSONNEL WASHINGTON DC PERSONNEL RESEARCH DIV
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The report is one of a series dealing with the attitudes toward the Navy and the career intentions of Naval enlisted men during the course of their first enlistment. It was found that repeated administration of the Career Motivation questionnaire CAMOSUR XI did not have an adverse effect on the proportion of subjects returning the questionnaire nor on the intended and actual reenlistment of the participants. Some tendency was also found for those men who received a questionnaire to remain in the Navy more often than did those who did not get any questionnaire. The administration of the questionnaire seemed to have its most favorable effect on the actual reenlistment of those subjects responding six months before the end.
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