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David Valentine Tiedeman curriculum vitae.



Formal Education

Harvard University Harvard University, mainly at Cambridge, Mass., including Harvard College, the oldest American college. Harvard College


Harvard College, originally for men, was founded in 1636 with a grant from the General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
, Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) -- 1949. Educational Measurement.

Harvard University, Master of Education (Ed.M.) -- 1948. Educational Measurement.

University of Rochester The University of Rochester (UR) is a private, coeducational and nonsectarian research university located in Rochester, New York. The university is one of 62 elected members of the Association of American Universities. , Master of Arts Master of Arts
Noun

a degree, usually postgraduate in a nonscientific subject, or a person holding this degree

Noun 1. Master of Arts - a master's degree in arts and sciences
Artium Magister, MA, AM
 (A.M.) -- 1943. Psychology.

Union College, Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) -- 1941. Psychology.

Experience
1990-2004  Vice President, New Careering Institute, Inc.
1994-1994  Faculty Associate, Walden University.
1992-1994  Provost, William Lyon University.
1988-1991  Consultant in Education.
1986-      Vice President, Lifecareer Foundation.
1985-1986  President, International College.
1985-      Professor, Higher and Postsecondary Education, School of
             Education, University of Southern California, Professor
             Emeritus.
1981-1984  President, National Institute for the Advancement of Career
             Education.
1973-1980  Professor (with tenure on 7/1/1975), Leadership and
             Educational Policy Studies, College of Education, Northern
             Illinois University.
           Coordinator, Office for Vocational, Technical and Career
             Education (1977-1980).
           Director, ERIC Clearinghouse in Career Education (1973-1976).
1971-1973  Director, Project TALENT and Institute for Research in
             Education, and Assistant Director, Palo Alto Office,
             American Institutes for Research.
1959-1971  Professor of Education, Graduate School of Education, Harvard
             University.
           Sabbatical leave as Fellow in the Educational Facilities
             Laboratory, Ford Foundation (1970-1971).
           Chairman, Executive Committee, Harvard NEEDS-Newton
             Information System for Vocational Decisions (1966-1970).
           Co-Director, Center for Research in Careers (1964-1966).
           Sabbatical leave as Fellow in the Center for Advanced Study
             in the Behavioral Sciences and Special Fellow, National
             Institute of Mental Health (1963-1964).
           Chairman, Program in Guidance (1957-1966).
1955-1959  Associate Professor of Education (tenure appointment without
             limit of time), Graduate School of Education, Harvard
             University.
1951-1955  Lecturer in Education, Graduate School of Education, Harvard
             University.
1949-1951  Instructor in Education, Graduate School of Education,
             Harvard University.
1948-1949  Sheldon Traveling Fellow, Harvard University (Study at
             Cambridge University and Princeton University).
1946-1948  Teaching Fellow in Education, Milton Fellow, and Instructor
             in Education, Graduate School of Education, Harvard
             University.
1944-1946  Associate Head, Statistics Division, Manhattan Project,
             School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Rochester.
1943-1944  Staff Member, Test Construction Department, College Entrance
             Examination Board.
1941-1943  Staff Member, N.R.C. Committee on Selection and Training of
             Aircraft Pilots, University of Rochester.


Professional Affiliations

American Association American Association refers to one of the following professional baseball leagues:
  • American Association (19th century), active from 1882 to 1891.
  • American Association (20th century), active from 1902 to 1962 and 1969 to 1997.
 for Counseling and Development

President of National Career Development Association (formerly NVGA NVGA National Vocational Guidance Association ), a Division of AACD AACD American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
AACD American Association for Counseling and Development
AACD Aging-Associated Cognitive Decline
AACD Association of Anesthesia Clinical Directors
AACD American Academy of Craniomandibular Disorders
 (formerly APGA APGA American Public Gas Association
APGA American Public Gardens Association (Wilmington, Delaware)
APGA All Progressives Grand Alliance (Nigeria)
APGA American Personnel and Guidance Association
), 1965-1966

Eminent Career Award, 1979

American Educational Research Association The American Educational Research Association, or AERA, was founded in 1916 as a professional organization representing educational researchers in the United States and around the world.  

American Psychological Association The American Psychological Association (APA) is a professional organization representing psychology in the US. Description and history
The association has around 150,000 members and an annual budget of around $70m.
 President, Division of Counseling Psychology Counseling psychology as a psychological specialty facilitates personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span with a focus on emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental, and organizational concerns. , 1965-1966

National Council on Measurement in Education President, 1963-1964

Honorary Affiliations

Phi Beta Kappa Phi Beta Kappa: see fraternity.
Phi Beta Kappa

Leading academic honour society in the U.S., which draws its membership from college and university students. The oldest Greek-letter society in the U.S.
 

Phi Delta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa is an international professional organization for educators. Journal
The Phi Delta Kappan is a professional journal for education, published by Phi Delta Kappa.
 

Phi Kappa Phi The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (or simply Phi Kappa Phi) is the oldest, largest and most selective all-discipline honor society for land-grant and public colleges in the United States.  

Sigma Xi Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society was founded in 1886 at Cornell University by a junior faculty member and a handful of graduate students. Members of the non-profit honor society elect others on the basis of their research achievements or potential.  

Advisory Affiliations

Advisory Screening Committee in Education, Council for International Exchange of Scholars For over 50 years, the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) has helped administer the Fulbright Scholar Program, the U.S. government's flagship academic exchange effort, on behalf of the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural  

Chair, 1978-1979

Member, 1975-1979

Chairman, Commission on Tests, College Entrance Examination Board, 1966-1970

Committee on Research and Development, College Entrance Examination Board, 1963-1966

Panel on Counseling and Selection, National Manpower Advisory Committee, 1962-1966

Bibliographic Notations

Who's Who Who’s Who

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Who's Who in America

Who's Who in the World

Publications of Recognition

Cassel, R. (Ed.). (1984). Issue dedication to David V. Tiedeman, leader in education. Education, 105(2), front and back covers.

Olson, S. K., & Roberts, V. F. (1985). David V. Tiedeman: Statistician, scholar, and sage. Journal of Counseling and Development, 63(10), 597-604.

Publications: Books

Tiedeman, D. V., & O'Hara, R. P. (1963). Career development: Choice and adjustment. New York New York, state, United States
New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of
: College Entrance Examination Board.

Rulon, P. J., Tiedeman, D. V., Tatsuoka, M. M., & Langmuir, C. R. (1967) Multivariate statistics Multivariate statistics or multivariate statistical analysis in statistics describes a collection of procedures which involve observation and analysis of more than one statistical variable at a time. Sometimes a distinction is made between univariate (e.g.  for personnel classification. New York: John Wiley John Wiley may refer to:
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  • John C. Wiley, American ambassador
  • John D. Wiley, Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • John M. Wiley (1846–1912), U.S.
 and Sons, Inc.

Tiedeman, D. V., Schreiber, M., & Wessell, T. R., Jr. (1976). Key resources in career education: An annotated guide. Washington, DC: National Institute of Education.

Dudley, G. A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Career development: Exploration and commitment. Muncie, IN: Accelerated Development.

Peatling, J. H., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Career development: Designing self. Muncie, IN: Accelerated Development.

Tiedeman, D. V., Katz, M. R., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Osipow, S. (1978). The cross sectional story of early career development as revealed by the National Assessment of Educational Progress The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as "the Nation's Report Card," is the only nationally representative and continuing assessment of what America's students know and can do in various subject areas. . Washington, DC: American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Career development: Designing our career machines. Schenectady, NY: Character Research Press.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1987). Career development: Journey into personal power. Unpublished manuscript.

Publications: Chapters in Books

Tiedeman, D. V. (1954). A model for the profile problem. In Educational Testing Service The Educational Testing Service (or ETS) is the world's largest private educational testing and measurement organization, operating on an annual budget of approximately $1.1 billion on a proforma basis in 2007. , Proceedings of the 1953 Invitational in·vi·ta·tion·al  
adj.
Restricted to invited participants: an invitational golf tournament.

n.
An event, especially a sports tournament, restricted to invited participants.

Adj. 1.
 Conference on Testing (pp. 54-75). Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1955). On the study of types. In S. B. Sells, Symposium on pattern analysis (pp. 1-41). Randolph Field, TX: USAF School of Aviation Medicine, 195.

Tiedeman, D. V., & O'Hara, R. P. (1957). Preparedness and the freedom to choose one's occupation. In F. C. Gruber (Ed.), The good education of youth (pp. 229-248). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press The University of Pennsylvania Press (or Penn Press) was originally incorporated with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 26 March 1890, and the imprint of the University of Pennsylvania Press first appeared on publications in the closing decade of the nineteenth .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1959). The purpose of a general guidance program. In C. J. Davis (Ed.), Guidance programs for blind children: A report of a conference (pp. 2-12). Watertown, MA: Perkins School for the Blind Perkins School for the Blind, at Watertown, Mass.; chartered 1829, opened 1832 in South Boston as the New England Asylum for the Blind, with Samuel G. Howe as its director; moved 1912. .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1960). Experimental method. In C. Harris (Ed.), Encyclopedia of educational research (pp. 486-490). New York: Macmillan.

Tatsuoka, M. M., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). Statistics as an aspect of scientific method in research on teaching. In N. L. Gage (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching (pp. 142-170). Chicago: Rand McNally Rand McNally & Company is the preeminent American publisher of maps, atlases, and globes for travel, reference, commercial, and educational uses. It also provides online consumer street maps and directions, as well as commercial transportation routing software and mileage data. .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). The construct of cognitive dissonance cognitive dissonance

Mental conflict that occurs when beliefs or assumptions are contradicted by new information. The concept was introduced by the psychologist Leon Festinger (1919–89) in the late 1950s.
. (Comment on J. Kagan's paper, The choice of models: Conflict and continuity in human behavior.) In E. Lloyd-Jones & E. M. Westervelt (Eds.), Behavioral science behavioral science
n.
A scientific discipline, such as sociology, anthropology, or psychology, in which the actions and reactions of humans and animals are studied through observational and experimental methods.
 and guidance (pp. 85-92). New York: Teachers College, Columbia University Teachers College, Columbia University (sometimes referred to simply as Teachers College; also referred to as Teachers College of Columbia University or the Columbia University Graduate School of Education .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). Purposing through education: The further delineation of goal and program for guidance. In E. Landy & P. A. Perry (Eds.), Guidance in American education: Backgrounds and prospects (pp. 162-172). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press The Harvard University Press is a publishing house, a division of Harvard University, that is highly respected in academic publishing. It was established on January 13, 1913. In 2005, it published 220 new titles. .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Commitment and tentativeness during career development in the lower level of higher education higher education

Study beyond the level of secondary education. Institutions of higher education include not only colleges and universities but also professional schools in such fields as law, theology, medicine, business, music, and art.
. In M. R. Raines (Ed.), Junior college student personnel College Student Personnel (CSP) is an academic discipline offered at the master’s and above level at several universities. A degree in this field often leads to a career in Student Affairs or Enrollment Management.  programs: Appraisal and development (p. 32). East Lansing East Lansing, city (1990 pop. 50,677), Ingham co., S central Mich., a suburb of Lansing, on the Red Cedar River; inc. 1907. The city was first known as College Park, but was renamed when it was incorporated. , MI: The Editor, Michigan State University Michigan State University, at East Lansing; land-grant and state supported; coeducational; chartered 1855. It opened in 1857 as Michigan Agricultural College, the first state agricultural college. . Part II, Study 3.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Occupational guidance. In H. R. Ziel (Ed.), Education and productive society (pp. 124-166). Toronto: W. J. Gage.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). The cultivation of career in vocational development through guidance-in-education. In E. Landy & A. Kroll (Eds.), Guidance in American education: II. Current issues and suggested action (pp. 280-300). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Field, F. L. (1965). From a technology of guidance in schools to the profession of guidance-in-society: A challenge to democratic government. In J. F. McGowan (Ed.), Counselor development in American society (pp. 249-275). Columbia, MO: The Editor, University of Missouri.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Field, F. L. (1965). Guidance: The science of purposeful action applied through education. In R. L. Mosher A mosher is a person who is crossed between goth/punk/skater they have long hair and listen to music like slipknot and metal music. Some people call them headbangers. At certain music shows they have something called a mosh pit, basically its a fight pit with loads of people bashing each other. , R. F. Carle, & C. D. Kehas (Eds.), Guidance: An examination (pp. 192-213). New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World.

Sprinthall, N. A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). Guidance and the pupil. In J. L. Goodlad (Ed.), The changing American schools: Part II (pp. 59-83). Chicago: The National Society for the Study of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). A geometric model A geometric model describes the shape of a physical or mathematical object by means of geometric concepts. Geometric model(l)ing is the construction or use of geometric models.  for the profile problem. In A. Anastasi (Ed.), Testing problems in perspective (pp. 331-354). Washington, DC: American Council on Education Established in 1918, the American Council on Education (ACE) is a United States organization comprising over 1,800 accredited, degree-granting colleges and universities and higher education-related associations, organizations, and corporations. .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). Career pattern studies: New directions. In E. Landy & A. Kroll (Eds.), Guidance in American education: III. Needs and influencing forces (pp. 116-128). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Morley, E. (1966). Guidance and vocational competence: A theory for ideal practice. In R. E. Campbell (Ed.), Guidance for vocational education vocational education, training designed to advance individuals' general proficiency, especially in relation to their present or future occupations. The term does not normally include training for the professions. : Guidelines for research and practice (pp. 91-96). Columbus: Center for Vocational and Technical Education, The Ohio State University Ohio State University, main campus at Columbus; land-grant and state supported; coeducational; chartered 1870, opened 1873 as Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College, renamed 1878. There are also campuses at Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark. .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1967). A summary of the discussions at the Invitational Conference, preparing school counselors in education guidance. College Entrance Examination Board (pp. 131-142). Papers presented at an Invitational Conference on the Preparation of School Counselors, February, 1966, Chicago, Illinois. New York: The Board.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Dudley, G. A. (1966). Recent developments and current prospects in occupational fact mediation. In R. A. Myers (Ed.), Guidance in vocational education: Guidelines for research and practice (pp. 91-96). Columbus: Center for Vocational and Technical Education, The Ohio State University.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1968). Career, decision-making, and information generation: A tale of vocational education and feed forward. In V. H. Robertson (Ed.), Career counseling Noun 1. career counseling - counseling on career opportunities
counseling, counselling, guidance, counsel, direction - something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
 briefs for school administrators: American Vocational Association Trade and Industrial Division Yearbook. Washington, DC: American Vocational Association.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Field, F. L. (1968). Measurement for guidance. In D. K. Whitla (Ed.), Handbook for measurement and assessment in behavioral sciences behavioral sciences,
n.pl those sciences devoted to the study of human and animal behavior.
 (pp. 419-435). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1969). The role of decision-making in information generation. In Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Applied Psychology (pp. 195-203). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger, N. V.

Ellis, A. B., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1972). Can a machine counsel? In W. Holzman (Ed.), Computer-assisted instruction computer-assisted instruction

Use of instructional material presented by a computer. Since the advent of microcomputers in the 1970s, computer use in schools has become widespread, from primary schools through the university level and in some preschool programs.
, testing, and guidance. New York: Harper and Row, 1970. (Reprinted in J. M. Whiteley (Ed.), Perspectives on vocational development (pp. 223-251). Washington, DC: American Personnel and Guidance Association.)

Tiedeman, D. V (1970). Comprehending epigenesis epigenesis /epi·gen·e·sis/ (-jen´e-sis) the development of an organism from an undifferentiated cell, consisting in the successive formation and development of organs and parts that do not preexist in the fertilized egg.  in decision-making development: The information system for vocational decisions. In D. E. Super (Ed.), Computer-assisted counseling (pp. 23-36). New York: Teachers College Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1970). Comprehension of epigenesis in decision-making. In W E. Bartlett (Ed.), Evolving religious careers (pp. 36-57). Washington, DC: Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate a·pos·to·late  
n.
1. The office, duties, or mission of an apostle.

2. An association of individuals for the dissemination of a religion or doctrine.
.

Miller, A. L., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1971). Hierarchical restructuring and career education. In M. D. Mitchell (Chm.), Papers for a workshop on career development as a lifelong process (pp. 30-34). Concord, MA: The Chair, Concord-Carlisle Regional High School.

O'Hara, R. P., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1971). Occupational facts and their use: Mediation and the generation of occupational information. In G. G. Somers & J. L. Little (Eds.), Vocational education: Today and tomorrow (pp. 63-97). Madison: Center for Studies in Vocational and Technical Education, University of Wisconsin.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1971). The agony of choice: Guidance for career decisions. In R. C. Puchinski & S. P. Hirsch (Eds.), The courage to change (pp. 121-130). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall Prentice Hall is a leading educational publisher. It is an imprint of Pearson Education, Inc., based in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, USA. Prentice Hall publishes print and digital content for the 6-12 and higher education market. History
In 1913, law professor Dr.
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Tiedeman, D. V. (1972). A machine for the epigenesis of self-realization in career development. In J. M. Whiteley (Ed.), Perspectives on vocational development (pp. 139-170). Washington, DC: American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Miller, A. L., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). Technology and guidance: The challenge to more elastic existence and accelerating adolescence. In E. L. Herr (Ed.), Vocational guidance vocational guidance: see guidance and counseling.  and human development (pp. 381-398). Boston: Houghton Mifflin Houghton Mifflin Company is a leading educational publisher in the United States. The company's headquarters is located in Boston's Back Bay. It publishes textbooks, instructional technology materials, assessments, reference works, and fiction and non-fiction for both young readers .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). A first assessment of the Guidance Information System, Interactive Learning Systems, Inc. In Proceedings XVIIth International Association of Applied Psychology (pp. 621-637). Brussels, Belgium: Editest.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). Consciousness, mind, intuition, and education: Designing for universe comprehension in developing intelligence. In D. R. Green (Ed.), The aptitude-achievement distinction (pp. 137-184). Monterey, CA: CTB/McGraw-Hill.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). The potential role of the computer in intuition and self development. In American Federation of Information Processing See AFIPS.  Societies. Conference Proceedings: 1974 National Computer Conference and Exposition (Volume 43) (pp. 781-790). Montvale, NJ: APIPS Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). What the counselor needs to know, do and be. In G. F. Farwell, N. R. Bamsky, & P. Methieu-Coughlan (Eds.), The counselor's handbook (pp. 223-249). New York: Intext.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1974). A system for decision-making development during career development. In E. I. Jones (Ed.), Symposium proceedings: Occupational research in the Navy--Prospectus 1980 (pp. 100-136). San Diego San Diego (săn dēā`gō), city (1990 pop. 1,110,549), seat of San Diego co., S Calif., on San Diego Bay; inc. 1850. San Diego includes the unincorporated communities of La Jolla and Spring Valley. Coronado is across the bay. , CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center.

Jones, G. B., Harris-Bowlsbey, J., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Computer technology in counseling. In C. Hatcher, B. S. Brooks, & Associates, Innovations in counseling psychology (pp. 248-285). San Francisco San Francisco (săn frănsĭs`kō), city (1990 pop. 723,959), coextensive with San Francisco co., W Calif., on the tip of a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, which are connected by the strait known as the Golden : Jossey-Bass.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1978). Guidance for the knowing, not just the status, career. In V. L. Sheeley (Ed.), Presidential reporting: Echoes abound from APGA leaders (pp. 197-204). Bowling Green Bowling Green.

1 City (1990 pop. 40,641), seat of Warren co., S Ky., on the Barren River; inc. 1812. It is a shipping and marketing center for an area producing tobacco, corn, livestock, and dairy items.
, KY: The Editor, College of Education, Western Kentucky University Student Body Profile
WKU had a total enrollment in the Fall Semester of 2002 (the latest published figures) of 17,818 students. Out of this total, 73% were full-time and 85% were undergraduates. Ethnic and racial minority enrollment was just under 13% at 2,097.
.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Personal development. In A. B. Knox (Ed.), Programming for adults facing mid-life change (New directions for continuing education continuing education: see adult education.
continuing education
 or adult education

Any form of learning provided for adults. In the U.S. the University of Wisconsin was the first academic institution to offer such programs (1904).
, number 2) (pp. 117-120). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1979). Choice and decision processes and career revisited. In A. M. Mitchell, J. G. Jones, & J. D. Krumboltz (Eds.), Social learning and career decision making (pp. 160-179). Cranston, RI: Carroll Press.

Feller, R. W., & Tiedeman, D. V. (section editors). (1980). Research grounds of career development theory, 1975. In T. L. Wentling (Ed.), Annual review of research in vocational education, volume one (pp. 199-313). Urbana/Champaign, IL: College of Education, University of Illinois University of Illinois may refer to:
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It can also refer to:
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Tiedeman, D. V. (1980). Counseling psychology, 2000 A.D.? In J. W. Whiteley & B. R. Fretz (Eds.), The present and future of counseling psychology (pp. 153-160). Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1980). Mastery of the integratively-differentiating self in lifelong careering. In P. M. Cunningham (Ed.), Yearbook of adult and continuing education, 1980-81 (sixth edition) (pp. 444-458). Chicago: Marquis Academic Mediz.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1980). Status and prospect in counseling psychology: 1962. In J. M. Whiteley (Ed.), The history of counseling psychology (pp. 125-132). Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Tiedeman, D. V., Rutledge, M., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1980). Building the meaningful vocation into career. In W. E. Hall (Ed.), The challenge of the community college to the church (pp. 36-63). Valley Forge Valley Forge, on the Schuylkill River, SE Pa., NW of Philadelphia. There, during the American Revolution, the main camp of the Continental Army was established (Dec., 1777–June, 1778) under the command of Gen. George Washington. , PA: United Ministries in Education.

Tyler, L., Tiedeman, D. V., & Wrenn, C. G. (1980). The current status of counseling psychology: 1961. In J. M. Whiteley (Ed.), The history of counseling psychology (pp. 114-124). Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1982). Career development processes and interventions: A prescription for the guidance machine. In D. S. Conger (Ed.), NATCON(pp. 77-101). Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services, Canada.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1984). Career decision making: An individualistic perspective. In D. Brown, L. Brooks, & Associates, Career choice and development (pp. 281-310). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1984). To be in work: On furthering the development of careers and career development specialists. In N. C. Gysbers & Associates, Designing careers (pp. 591-617). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1986). Lifecareer today, livelihood tomorrow. In J. V. Miller & M. L. Musgrove (Eds.), Issues in adult career counseling (pp. 85-93). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1996). The quantum career floats through the air ...? In R. Feller & G. R. Walz (Eds.), Career transition in turbulent times: Exploring work, learning and careers. Greensboro: ERIC/CASS.

Publications: Monographs

Domas, S. J., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1950). Teacher competence: An annotated bibliography An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that gives a summary of the research that has been done. It is still an alphabetical list of research sources. In addition to bibliographic data, an annotated bibliography provides a brief summary or annotation. . Journal of Experimental Education, 19, 1-218.

Tiedeman, D. V., Bryan, J. G, & Rulon, P. J. (1952). Application of the multiple discriminant function discriminant function
n. Statistics
A function of a set of variables used to classify an object or event.
 to data from the Airman Classification Battery. San Antonio San Antonio (săn ăntō`nēō, əntōn`), city (1990 pop. 935,933), seat of Bexar co., S central Tex., at the source of the San Antonio River; inc. 1837. , TX: Human Resources The fancy word for "people." The human resources department within an organization, years ago known as the "personnel department," manages the administrative aspects of the employees.  Research Center, Lackland Air Force Base Lackland Air Force Base (lăk`lənd), U.S. military installation, c.6,835 acres (2,766 hectares), S Tex., W of San Antonio; est. 1941. It is a major air force training center. .

Tiedeman, D. V., Rulon, P. J., Langmuir, C. R., & Tatsuoka, M. M. (1954). The profile problem: A methodological study of the interpretation of multiple test scores. Cambridge, MA: Educational Research Corporation.

Tiedeman, D. V. (Ed.). (1956). Teacher competence and its relation to salary. Cambridge, MA: New England New England, name applied to the region comprising six states of the NE United States—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The region is thought to have been so named by Capt.  School Development Council.

Tiedeman, D. V., Scheffler, I., & Starr, J. (1957). Production, speed, accuracy and safety in the maintenance of long-range aircraft: A concept and an annotated bibliography. Cambridge, MA: Educational Research Corporation.

Lynch, C., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (Eds.). (1983). Proceedings of the 1983 Assembly to Advance Career: I. Presentations and recommendations. Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. : School of Education, University of Southern California The U.S. News & World Report ranked USC 27th among all universities in the United States in its 2008 ranking of "America's Best Colleges", also designating it as one of the "most selective universities" for admitting 8,634 of the almost 34,000 who applied for freshman admission , xvi + 145 pp.

Tiedeman, D. V., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Lynch, C. (Eds.). (1983). Proceedings of the 1983 Assembly to Advance Career: II. That intelligence may work free in the human career. Los Angeles: School of Education, University of Southern California, xviii + 240 pp.

Publications: Articles (Technical)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1951). Has he grown? Occupations: The Vocational Guidance Journal, 30, 106-111. (Reprinted as Test Service Notebook No. 12. Yonkers-on-Hudson, NY: Division of Test Research and Services, World Book Co.)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1951). The utility of the discriminant function in psychological and guidance investigations. Harvard Educational Review The Harvard Educational Review is an interdisciplinary scholarly journal of opinion and research dealing with education, published by the Harvard Education Publishing Group. The journal was founded in 1930 with circulation to policymakers, researchers, administrators, and teachers. , 21, 71-95.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1952). Pay for teaching. Harvard Educational Review, 22, 97-112.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Sternberg, J. J. (1952). Information appropriate for curriculum guidance. Harvard Educational Review, 22, 257-273.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Wilson, K. M. (1953). Development and application of non-projective tests of personality and interest. Review of Educational Research, 23, 56-69.

Tatsuoka, M. M., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1954). Discriminant dis·crim·i·nant  
n.
An expression used to distinguish or separate other expressions in a quantity or equation.
 analysis. Review of Educational Research, 24, 402-420.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Bryan, J. B. (1954). Prediction of college field of concentration. Harvard Educational Review, 24, 122-139.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1956). The trait model. In Symposium: Clinical and statistical prediction. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 3, 164-168.

Tiedeman, D. V., & McArthur, C. C. (1956). Over and under achievement: If any! The Thirteenth Yearbook, National Council on Measurements Used in Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1957). Guidance for tomorrow. Harvard Graduate School of Education The Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE) is a graduate school at Harvard University, and is one of the top schools of education in the United States.

It offers six doctoral concentrations and thirteen masters programs.
 Alumni Bulletin, March.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Cogan, M. L. (1958). New horizons in educational research. Phi Delta Kappan, 39, 286-291.

O'Hara, R. P., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1959). Vocational self concept in adolescence. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 6(4), 292-301. (Singled out for Annual Research Award by the American Personnel and Guidance Association.)

Cass, J. C., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1960). Vocational development, the election of a secondary school curriculum, and public policy. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 38, 538-545.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1961). Decision and vocational development: A paradigm and its implications. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 40, 15-21.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Kibrick, A. K. (1961). Conceptions of self and perception of role in relation to continuation in schools of nursing. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1, 62-69.

Field, F. L., Kehas, C. D., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). The self concept in career development. A concept in transition. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 41, 767-771.

Cole, J. W, Wilson, K. M., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). Dispersion analysis and the search for educational goals in college: A study in duplicate. Journal of Educational Psychology, 55, 121-131.

Matthews, E., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). Attitudes toward career and marriage and the development of life style in young women. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 11, 375-384.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). Career development through liberal arts liberal arts, term originally used to designate the arts or studies suited to freemen. It was applied in the Middle Ages to seven branches of learning, the trivium of grammar, logic, and rhetoric, and the quadrivium of arithmetic, geometry, astronomy, and music.  and work. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 14, 1-7.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). Comment on L. H. Stewart, Change in personality test scores during college. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 11, 219-220.

Morley, E., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). Confidence: Key to vocational competence. Metals Review, 39(2), 19-20.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1967). Predicament, problem and psychology: The case for paradox in life and counseling psychology. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 14, 1-8.

Segal, S. J., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1968). The case for delay in college entry: High school seniors need time, guidance in identity search. The School Counselor, 15, 167-171.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1968). Freedom and responsibility as a tale of the social graces. Counselor Education and Supervision, 7, 86-92.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1968). Information generation: From data retrieval to the ISVD ISVD In-Seat Video Display . Caps Capsule (ERIC), 1(3), 1-10.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1968). The role of decision-making in information generation: An emerging new potential in guidance. The Newera, 49(8), 224-229.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1969). Can a machine admit an applicant to continuing education? Measurement and Evaluation in Guidance, 2, 69-81. (Revised for Report of the Commission on Tests: II. Briefs, pp. 161-182. New York: College Entrance Examination Board.)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1970). Accommodating computers into the technology of guidance. Massachusetts School Counselors Association Counselor's Notebook, 7(3), 1-4.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1970). Righting the balance: A second look by the chairman at the report of the Commission on Tests, College Entrance Examination Board. Information Retrieval information retrieval

Recovery of information, especially in a database stored in a computer. Two main approaches are matching words in the query against the database index (keyword searching) and traversing the database using hypertext or hypermedia links.
 Center for the Disadvantaged Bulletin, 4(4), 1-8.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Schmidt, L. D. (1970). Technology and guidance: A balance. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 49, 234-241.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1971). Righting the balance. The New England Association Review, 19, 15-24.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1971). What the counselor needs to be, do, and know. Notre Dame Notre Dame IPA: [nɔtʁ dam] is French for Our Lady, referring to the Virgin Mary. In the United States of America, Notre Dame  Journal of Education, 2, 101-122.

Miller, A. L., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1972). Decision making for the 70s: The cubing of the Tiedeman paradigm and its application in career education. Focus on Guidance, 5(1), 1-14.

McLaughlin, D. H., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). Eleven-year career stability and change as reflected in Project TALENT data through the Flanagan, Holland, and Roe occupational classification systems. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 5, 177-196.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). A new Clearinghouse. The ERIC Report, 1(3), 5-6.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). A researcher's response to MISOE: Becoming an operational Management Information System for Occupational Education. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 7, 150-156.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). Career education: A guidance idea reaches its term. Quest (Michigan Personnel and Guidance Association Newsletter), 7(3), 1-4.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). Introducing school psychology into career education through ERIC. School Psychology Digest, 3, 11-19.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). The ERIC Clearinghouse in Career Education. Illinois Career Education Journal, 31(2), 44-47.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1975). Generating career education concepts with ERIC. Newsletter, AVA Ava, in the Bible
Ava (ā`və), in the Bible, an unidentified city of Mesopotamia, perhaps the same as Ivah. Its inhabitants are called Avites.
 Guidance Division, 2(1), 1-3.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1975). Structuring personal integration into career education. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 53, 706-711.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1976). Follow yourself with others' help: A consultant's plea for personal initiative with mercy in career education. Journal of Career Education, 3, 48-53.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1976). A model for structuring personal perceptions into career decision making. Texas Tech Journal of Education, 3, 7-31.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1976). Adult career education model. Thresholds in Secondary Education, 2, 20-22.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). A person's-eye view of career development education and enactment. Illinois Career Education Journal, 34(2), 13-17.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1977). An "I" power primer: Part one. Structure and its enablement of intuition. Focus on Guidance, 9(7), 1-16.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1978). A research note on becoming what we do in career development. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 26, 361-364.

Tiedeman, D. V., Nejedlo, R. J., & Marco, R. P. (1978). Renegotiation or counselor obsolescence ob·so·les·cent  
adj.
1. Being in the process of passing out of use or usefulness; becoming obsolete.

2. Biology Gradually disappearing; imperfectly or only slightly developed.
? Benefitting professionally from a self-designed counseling machine. Illinois Guidance and Personnel Association Quarterly, 67, 6-17.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Burning and copping out of counseling. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 57, 328-330.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Licensing counselors: Repudiation See non-repudiation.  of the most precious of our beliefs and powers. Nevada Personnel and Guidance Journal, 1(1), 24-27.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Self correction: Still a viable alternative to the licensing of counselors? Illinois Guidance and Personnel Association Quarterly, (Winter, No. 72), 37-50.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). The stake of guidance in the future. Illinois Guidance and Personnel Association Quarterly, (Fall, No. 75), 13-27.

Free, C. G., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1980). Counseling and comprehension of the economics of change. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 58, 358-367.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1980). Counseling psychology, 2000 A.D.? The Counseling Psychologist, 8(4), 28-31.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1981). Focusing the future in my school and hometown: Organizing for heuristic A method of problem solving using exploration and trial and error methods. Heuristic program design provides a framework for solving the problem in contrast with a fixed set of rules (algorithmic) that cannot vary.

1.
 interactions. Illinois Guidance and Personnel Association Quarterly, (Winter, No. 80), 28-38.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1981). Graduate education--A career education thrust. Thresholds in Education, 7(4), 22-26.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1981). Guidance mediation and the career: A look at social invention and deployment. Media Adult Learning, 3(2), 2-13.

Feller, R. W., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (Eds.) (1982). The all-state career education choir: Uncle Sam Uncle Sam, name used to designate the U.S. government. The term arose in the War of 1812 and seems at first to have been used derisively by those opposed to the war. Possibly it was an expansion of the letters "U.S.  conductor (A special issue). Journal of Career Education, 9(1), 1-96.

Feller, R. W., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1983). Career education in the states. The Education Digest, April, 59-61.

Feller, R. W., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (Eds.). (1983). The all-community career education choir: Personal initiative as conductor (A special issue). Journal of Career Education, 9(3), 161-291.

Tiedeman, D. V., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Carhart, R. (1983). Oops, the world just experienced our mindquakes in career. Cognica, 14(7), 1-3. (Reprinted in California Association for Counseling and Development Journal, 7, 51-55.)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1983). Flexible filing, computers, and growing. The Counseling Psychologist, 11(4), 33-47.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1984). Board the personal motivation bus for Life-Is-Career. California Career Education Journal, 1(1), 37-45.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1984). The in and out of career. Education, 105(2), 115-124.

Friedheim, S. B., & Tiedeman, D. V. (Eds.). (1985). The all-person career education choir: Independent schooling (A special issue). Journal of Career Development, 11(3), 157-250.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1985). ECON ECON Economics (course)
ECON Economy (minimum cost speed schedule)
ECON Centre for Economic Analysis
ECON Eastern Coalition of Nations (Star Trek) 
1987. Journal of Career Development, 11(3), 217-220.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1985). The trend of life in the human career. Journal of Career Development, 11(3), 221-250.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1985). (I) (Q)uest: Your infallible in·fal·li·ble  
adj.
1. Incapable of erring: an infallible guide; an infallible source of information.

2.
 I. Q. California Career Education Journal, 2(1), 26-33.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1985). Educating to advance the human career during the 1980s and beyond. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 34(1), 15-30.

Publications: Reviews and Abstracts

Tiedeman, D. V. (1949). Abstract of a classification of elementary college American history, mathematics, and physics courses by an analysis of the prerequisite knowledge necessary. Harvard Educational Review, 19, 183-185.

Shaplin, J. T., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1951). Comment on the juvenile delinquency juvenile delinquency, legal term for behavior of children and adolescents that in adults would be judged criminal under law. In the United States, definitions and age limits of juveniles vary, the maximum age being set at 14 years in some states and as high as 21  prediction tables in the Gluecks: Unraveling juvenile delinquency. American Sociological Review The American Sociological Review is the flagship journal of the American Sociological Association (ASA). The ASA founded this journal (often referred to simply as ASR) in 1936 with the mission to publish original works of interest to the sociology discipline in general, new , 16, 544-548.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1952). Occupational choice: An approach to a general theory: A review. Harvard Educational Review, 22, 184-190.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1953). Review of Iowa high school content examination. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), The fourth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 42-45). Highland Park Highland Park.

1 City (1990 pop. 30,575), Lake co., NE Ill., a suburb of Chicago on Lake Michigan; inc. 1869. It is a retail business and medical center for the North Shore area.
, NJ: The Gryphon Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1953). Review of Kentucky classification battery. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), The fourth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 403-406). Highland Park, NJ: The Gryphon Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1955). Review of F. C. Thorne, Principles of psychological examining. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2, 311-313.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1960). Review of the Geist Picture Inventory (1964 revision). Personnel and Guidance Journal, 38, 506-507. (Reprinted in O. K. Buros (Ed.), The sixth mental measurements yearbook (p. 1277). Highland Park, NJ: The Gryphon Press.)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). Review of the American college American College is the name of:
  • American College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
  • The American College in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
  • The American College of the Immaculate Conception, Leuven (also known as Louvain), Belgium
 testing program examination (Form 1-AC). Personnel and Guidance Journal, 41, 814-819. (Reprinted in O. K. Buros (Ed.), The sixth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 10-13). Highland Park, NJ: The Gryphon Press.)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). Who killed vocational guidance? Review of R. Barry and B. Wolfe, An epitaph epitaph, strictly, an inscription on a tomb; by extension, a statement, usually in verse, commemorating the dead. The earliest such inscriptions are those found on Egyptian sarcophagi.  for vocational guidance: Myths, actualities, implications. Contemporary Psychology, 8(9), 331-332.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). A potpourri of talent and schools. Review of J. C. Flanagan, J. T. Dailey, M. F. Shaycoft, D. B. Orr, & I. Goldberg, Project TALENT: A survey and follow-up study of educational plans and decisions in relation to aptitude patterns: Studies of the American high American High School may refer to the following:
  • American High School (Fremont, California), the school in Fremont, California
  • American High School (Miami-Dade County, Florida), the school in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, Florida
 school. Contemporary Psychology, 9, 312-313. (Reprinted in O. K. Buros (Ed.), The sixth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 1464-1465). Highland Park, NY: The Gryphon Press.)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). Review of A. V. Cicourel and J. I. Kitsuse, The educational decision-makers. Journal of Elementary Education elementary education
 or primary education

Traditionally, the first stage of formal education, beginning at age 5–7 and ending at age 11–13.
, Fall.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Review of High school classification examination, Grades 8-9, 1957-63. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), The sixth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 43-45). Highland Park, NJ: The Gryphon Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Review of Secondary school admissions tests The Secondary School Admissions Test is a standardized test used in the admissions of many independent schools. The test is administered by the Secondary School Admission Test Board on six continents in 76 countries. : General ability and reading test forms JST JST Japan Science and Technology Agency
JST Japan Standard Time (GMT+0900)
JST Jubilee Sailing Trust (UK)
JST Joseph Smith Translation
JST JWFC (Joint Warfighting Center) 
 and KST. In O. K. Buros (Ed.). The sixth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 98-100). Highland Park, NJ: The Gryphon Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1973). To improve evaluation, evaluate to improve. Contemporary Psychology, 18, 555-556.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Review of Adult development and learning by A. B. Knox. Adult Leadership, 25, 318-319.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1977). Reviews of: Career guidance for adults: focus on women and ethnic minorities by L. R. Harrinson; Report on conference on educational and occupational counseling and information services See Information Systems.  for adults by J. M. Heffernan; Counseling adults by N. K. Schlossberg and A. D. Entine (Eds.), International Review of Education, 23(4), 478-480.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1978). Journal of career education: A review. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 56, 574.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1978). Review of Assessment of career development. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), The eighth mental measurements yearbook (pp. 1542-1544). Highland Park, NJ: The Gryphon Press. (Revised review republished in J. T. Kapes & M. M. Mastie (Eds.), A counselor's guide to vocational guidance instruments (pp. 110-113). Falls Church Falls Church, independent city (1990 pop. 9,578), NE Va., a residential suburb of Washington, D.C.; inc. as a town 1875, as a city 1948. There is diverse light manufacturing, including telecommunications equipment. , VA: American Personnel and Guidance Association.)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). A review of The adult learner Adult learner is a term used to describe any person socially accepted as an adult who is in a learning process, whether it is formal education, informal learning, or corporate-sponsored learning. : A neglected species by M. Knowles. Educational Researcher, 8(3), 20-22.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1982). Work Values Inventory: A review. In J. T. Kapes & M. M. Mastic (Eds.), A counselor's guide to vocational guidance instruments (pp. 110-113). Falls Church, VA: American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Publications: Editorials

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). A symposium on existentialism existentialism (ĕgzĭstĕn`shəlĭzəm, ĕksĭ–), any of several philosophic systems, all centered on the individual and his relationship to the universe or to God.  in counseling: Prologue. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 43, 551-552.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Our present predicament of excellence in service: An editorial. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 12, 2.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). The president reports and retorts. Counseling News and Views, 17(3), 3-6.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Time for a division of guidance psychology? Counseling News and Views, 17(2), 4-8.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1967). Citation for National Vocational Guidance Association eminent career award to Anne Roe. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 16, 146-148.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1971). Preface. In J. O. Crites, The maturity of vocational attitude in adolescence (pp. 7-10). Washington, DC: American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1973). Comment on self-estimate ability in adolescence. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 20, 303-305.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Willis, M. B. (1973). Prologue and epilogue ep·i·logue also ep·i·log  
n.
1.
a. A short poem or speech spoken directly to the audience following the conclusion of a play.

b. The performer who delivers such a short poem or speech.

2.
 for careers of young adults: A symposium on Project TALENT. Vocational Guidance Quarterly, 22, 90-92, 112-114.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). Putting the backbone in self: Overview of a symposium. Character Potential, 7, 9-11.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Feedback on "The ultimate disappointment: The burned-out counselor" by Warnath and Shelton. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 56, 15-16.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1978). License counselors? For whose benefit? IGPA IGPA Idaho Grain Producers Association
IGPA International Go-Ped Association
 Contact, 2, 5.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1978). Foreword. In O. K. Buros (Ed.), The eighth mental measurements yearbook (pp. xxvii-xxviii). Highland Park, NJ: The Gryphon Press.

Tiedeman, D. V (1979). Converting Tiedeman and O'Hara's decision-making paradigm into "I" power: A symposium. Character Potential, 9(2), 61-62.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Shame on me! And maybe a little on us? ACES Newsletter, December, 5.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1980). In memoriam In Memoriam

Tennyson’s tribute to his friend, A. H. Hallam. [Br. Lit.: Harvey, 808]

See : Grief
: Oscar Krisen Buros. Thresholds, 6, 3-5.

Brown, B. M., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1981). Building futurism futurism, Italian school of painting, sculpture, and literature that flourished from 1909, when Filippo Tommaso Marinetti's first manifesto of futurism appeared, until the end of World War I.  into living life: A challenge for counseling and guidance professionals. IGPA Quarterly, Winter, No. 80, 3-6.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1982). Vocational career competencies are dead(ly): Long live human competence. National Vocational Guidance Association Newsletter, 22(2), 4.

Publications: Reports

Tiedeman, D. V. (1949). A classification of elementary college American history, mathematics, and physics courses by an analysis of the prerequisite knowledge necessary. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Mitchell, D. P. (1950). School population in Nashua. In R. D. McLeary, C. G. Sargent, & J. P. Tilton, Report of the school building survey of the Nashua public schools, Nashua, New Hampshire Nashua is a city in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, USA. As of the 2000 census, Nashua had a total population of 86,605[1], making it the second largest city in the state after Manchester. As of 2005, the population is estimated to be 87,986. . Medford, MA: Educational Services Associates.

Rulon, P. J., Griggs, T., Sampson, P. B., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1951) A study of assistance for low frequency instrument approaches. Cambridge, MA: Education Research Corporation.

Tiedeman, D. V., Bryan, J. G., & Rulon, P. J. (1951). The utility of the Airman Classification Battery for assignment of airmen to eight Air Force specialties. Cambridge, MA: Educational Research Corporation.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Pandit pan·dit   or pun·dit
n.
1. A Brahman scholar or learned man.

2. Used as a title of respect for a learned man in India.



[Hindi pa
, J. L. (1958). On identity and level of occupational aspiration. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Kugris, V., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1959). You ought to study ...: Method and results in relation to the election of a curriculum in secondary school. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1959). Multiple discriminant analysis
For other uses of this acronym, see MDA


In statistics, multiple discriminant analysis (LDA) is a generalization of linear discriminant analysis. External links
  • Definition at statistics.com
 and personnel research. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). On the evaluation of education: Status of the theory of the teaming of teachers. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Career pattern studies: Current findings with possibilities. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). The organization and intention of a proposed data and education system for vocational decision-making. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). Summary: Implications for research. In National Vocational Guidance Association. Conference on implementing career development theory and research through the curriculum (pp. 165-188). Washington, DC: The Association.

Tiedeman, D. V. (Ed.). (1967). Annual report, HGSE-NEEDS-Newton information system for vocational decisions, 1966-67. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1968). Economic, educational and personal implications of implementing computerized guidance information systems. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D.V. (Ed.). (1968). Second annual report, HGSE-NEEDS-Newton information system for vocational decisions, 1967-68. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V., Ellis, A. B., & O'Hara, R. P. (1968). A rudimentary demonstration for the Information System for Vocational Decisions. (Orientation, guidance scripts, tests of occupational knowledge, and a script writing language). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1969). The cultivation of careers through guidance and vocational education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (Ed.). (1970). Third annual report, HGSE-NEEDS-Newton information system for vocational decisions, 1968-69. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1971). Career education and the technology of career development. Palo Alto Palo Alto, city, California
Palo Alto (păl`ō ăl`tō), city (1990 pop. 55,900), Santa Clara co., W Calif.; inc. 1894. Although primarily residential, Palo Alto has aerospace, electronics, and advanced research industries.
, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Flanagan, J. C., Tiedeman, D. V., Willis, M. B., & McLaughlin, D. H. (1973). The career data book: Results from Project TALENT's five-year follow-up study. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Ganschow, L. H., Helliwell, C. B, Hamilton, J. A., Jones, G. B., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1973). Practical career guidance, counseling, and placement for the noncollege-bound student: A review of the literature. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Jones, G. B., Tiedeman, D. V., Mitchell, A. M., Unruh, W. R., Helliwell, C. B., & Ganschow, L. H. (1973). Planning, structuring, and evaluating practical career guidance for integration by noncollege-bound youths. Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Harris, J., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1974). The computer and guidance in the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. : Past, present, and a possible future. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Coordinates:  .

Tiedeman, D. V., & Conmy, J. B. (1974). Development of interactive dialogue modules that would provide junior officers with information about Army career planning policies, procedures, and strategies. Silver Spring, MD: American Institutes for Research.

Cook, J., Stenning, D., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1975). Educating for the integration of occupational clusters into career. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, College of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1975). Career initiation in association with alienation from secondary schools. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, College of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1975). Choice and decision processes and careers. In A. M. Mitchell, W. R. Unruh & G. B. Jones (Eds.), Technical report of a conference on career decision making (pp. 60-113). Palo Alto, CA: American Institutes for Research.

Wernick, W., Tiedeman, D. V., Eddy, J., & Bosdell, B. (1975). A career education primer for educators. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, College of Education.

McCormick, E. J., Pool, L. J., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1976). A handbook for the preparation of educational personnel in career education. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, College of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1976). Choice and decision processes and careers. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, College of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (Ed.). (1977). Report of the North Central Association visitation VISITATION. The act of examining into the affairs of a corporation.
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Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Towards the career education of all educational personnel in Illinois. Springfield, IL: Department of Adult, Vocational, and Technical Education, Illinois Office of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Annual program plan for the preparation of occupational education professional personnel (adult, career, Technical and vocational) at Northern Illinois University, fiscal year 1980. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, Office for Vocational, Technical and Career Education.

Tiedeman, D. V, & Free, C. G. (1979). Final report of university coordinator, vocational, technical and career education, NIU/DAVTE. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, Office for Vocational, Technical and Career Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1981). 1981 report of the president, National Institute for the Advancement of Career Education. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V, & Brown, B. M. (Eds.). (1981). Explorations in reading the future into occupational education in my hometown and schools. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University, Office for Vocational, Technical and Career Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1982). 1982 report of the president, National Institute for the Advancement of Career Education. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1983). 1983 report of the president, National Institute for the Advancement of Career Education. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, School of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V, & Lynch, C. (Eds.) (1983). Fore-words. Proceedings from the National Assembly to Advance Career. University of Southern California, National Institute for the Advancement of Career Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1984). 1984 report of the president, National Institute for the Advancement of Career Education. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, School of Education.

Speeches and Papers Read (Not Otherwise Published)

Tiedeman, D. V. (1966, December). An Information System for Vocational Decisions (ISVD): Cultivating the possibility for career through operations. Paper presented at American Vocational Association, Denver, CO.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1966, May). Liberation through education: A goal and theory of challenge to school counselors. Paper presented at International Guidance Conference Board meeting at Massena, NY.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1967, March). Self esteem because of collegiate admission and education. Presented at Symposium, Self esteem: Predictor or criterion of college success, APGA Convention, Dallas, TX.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1967, May). You and the reconceptualization of vocational guidance. Paper presented to the Greater Boston Greater Boston is the area of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts surrounding the city of Boston, Massachusetts. While Metro Boston tends to be the "Inner Core" surrounding the City of Boston, Greater Boston overlaps the North and South Shores, as well as the MetroWest region.  Personnel and Guidance Association.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1983). Crisis: Danger and hidden opportunity. Presented at Nevada Personnel and Guidance Association, Las Vegas Las Vegas (läs vā`gəs), city (1990 pop. 258,295), seat of Clark co., S Nev.; inc. 1911. It is the largest city in Nevada and the center of one of the fastest-growing urban areas in the United States. .

Tiedeman, D. V. (1983). Perception of fact and career. Presented at California Career Conference sponsored by EUREKA, Santa Barbara Santa Barbara (săn'tə bär`brə, –bərə), city (1990 pop. 85,571), seat of Santa Barbara co., S Calif., on the Pacific Ocean; inc. 1850. , CA.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1983). Be(A)ware! Life-Is-Career. Presented at Inter-institutional Consortium for Career Education, Sun River, OR.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Miller-Tiedeman, A. (1984). 1984 Assembly to Advance Career. Held at Dundalk (MD) Community College.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1984). Introduction to LIFECAREER. Two-week course at Johns Hopkins University Johns Hopkins University, mainly at Baltimore, Md. Johns Hopkins in 1867 had a group of his associates incorporated as the trustees of a university and a hospital, endowing each with $3.5 million. Daniel C. , College of Continuing Education.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1984). LIFECAREER and its meaning for you. Daylong workshop, School of Business, Marshall University On March 30, 1838, the institution was formally dedicated by the Virginia General Assembly as Marshall Academy, however the majority of its offerings remained below the college level. In 1858, the Virginia General Assembly changed the name to Marshall College. , Huntington, WV.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1985). What is essential in the information age is invisible to the eye. Presented at the Conference of the Hawaii Career Information and Delivery System, Honolulu, HI.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1985). How to NOT make it--and succeed: The truth about your LIFECAREER. Presented at the California Career Education Conference, Oakland, CA.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1985). The concept of LIFECAREER and its implementation. Two-week course offered at Johns Hopkins University, College of Continuing Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1985). On the personal journey through the scientific looking glass Looking Glass - A desktop manager for Unix from Visix.  into the philosophic wonderland of Life-as-career. Presented in Symposium: Toward a Philosophy of Science for Vocational Psychology, American Psychological Association Convention, Los Angeles.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1985). The concept of LIFECAREER. Presented at the Healing the Healers Conference, School of Theology, Claremont Graduate School, CA.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1986). Deciding and Life-as-career: A symposium. Presented at California Career Education Association, Los Angeles, CA.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1986). Commentator in symposium: Key to career planning: Know your passion. Presented at the Convention of the American Association for Counseling and Development, Los Angeles, CA.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1986). Theory and materials for the empowerment of LIFECAREER. Two-week course at Johns Hopkins University, College of Continuing Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1986). Your today's edge in tomorrow. Commencement address, William Lyon University, San Diego, CA.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1987). You and your LIFECAREER: A surrender and a healing. Presented at the Healing the Healers Conference, School of Theology, Claremont Graduate School, CA.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1987). LIFECAREERING: Succeeding without having to make it in another's terms. Guest lecturers in course on career development, California State University, San Bernardino California State University, San Bernardino is a state-funded university in San Bernardino, California, part of the California State University System. The university was founded in 1965. Enrollment annually tops 16,000 and is on pace to reach more than 20,000 by 2010. , CA.

Presentation

At the end of his National Vocational Guidance Association (NVGA) presidential year, David Tiedeman receives award from W. Wesley Tennyson, NVGA incoming president, during NVGA luncheon on April 6, 1966, at the American Personnel and Guidance Association annual convention in Washington, DC. Reprinted with permission.

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Discussion

Harvard faculty David Tiedeman, professor of education and chair of Program in Guidance, discusses the role of career in individuals' lives with Gardner C. Quarton, professor of psychiatry (circa 1960). Reprinted with permission.

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Office

David Tiedeman and Anna Miller-Tiedeman in his office as director of the National Institute for the Advancement of Career Education at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles in 1983. Reprinted with permission.

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