Kuder Preference Record

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An occupational interest inventory designed to measure the respondent's relative levels of interest in ten occupational areas: clerical, computational, art, music, social service, outdoor, science, persuasive, literary, mechanical. Each item of the scale consists of three activities from which the respondent selects the least liked and the most liked. KPR or KPR-V abbrev. [Named after the US psychologist George Frederic (Fritz) Kuder (1903–2000) who published it as a commercial test in 1960]

Subjects: Psychology.

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