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Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory (also known as SCII or Strong-Campbell) is a test instrument in vocational counseling used to reveal career preferences according to interests of individuals within those careers. The instrument has a strong database and gives a wide variety of careers to consider, but without regard to a person's specific personality type.

The Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory is named after the American psychologists Edward K. Strong Jr and David P. Campbell, and includes the Strong Vocational Interest Blank which was originally developed in 1927 by Strong.

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Strong Vocational Interest Blank

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