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Calling and Vocation Questionnaire (CVQ) - A Review

 




Assessment name:  Calling and Vocation Questionnaire (CVQ)

Scale overview: The Calling and Vocation Questionnaire (CVQ) is a 24-item multidimensional rating measure of calling.

Authors: Bryan J. Dik et al. (2012)

Response Type: Ratings on a four-point scale of what is true about me. The measure may be used as self-report and/or informant-report.

(1 = not at all true of me, 2 = somewhat true of me, 3 = mostly true of me, 4 = absolutely true of me)

Scale factors and sample items

The items are associated with one of six subscales.

1 Presence—Transcendent Summons

  Example: I believe that I have been called to my current line of work.

2 Search—Transcendent Summons

  Example: I’m searching for my calling in my career.

3 Presence—Purposeful work

4 Search—Purposeful work

5 Presence—Prosocial orientation

6 Search—Prosocial orientation

Psychometric properties

In study 1, the CVQ internal consistency values were high for all six subscales.

Test -retest reliability was also strong.

Support for the six-factor structure was provided.

Convergent and discriminant validity values were included in study 2 and provide initial support for the validity of the CVQ.

Availability: The complete CVQ is included in Appendix A of the article along with scoring instructions.

Author contact on the article: Email: Bryan.Dik@ColoState.EDU

Additional Resources Link:  A – Z Test Index

 Categories

Career assessment

Career counseling


References for the scale

Dik, B. J., Eldridge, B. M., Steger, M. F., & Duffy, R. D. (2012). Development and validation of the Calling and Vocation Questionnaire (CVQ) and Brief Calling Scale (BCS). Journal of Career Assessment, 20(3), 242–263. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072711434410 

Sutton, G. W. (2024, January 27). Calling and vocation questionnaire- a review. Assessment, Statistics, and Research. Retrieved from https://statistics.suttong.com/2024/01/calling-and-vocation-questionnaire-cvq.html


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