عنوان مقاله [English]
This study aimed to predict self-efficacy in career decision making based on creativity and thinking styles. The research was descriptive and survey. The statistical population consisted of all undergraduate students of the Faculty of Literature of Tehran's Alzahra University during the years 2018 –19. In this research 205 individuals were selected by simple random sampling. Research tools included a demographic-researcher-made checklist, creativity questionnaire, thinking style questionnaire, and self-efficacy questionnaire on job decision making. Research data were analyzed using descriptive methods (frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation), Pearson correlation coefficient and multivariate regression analysis with simultaneous logistic regression. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between creativity and self-efficacy in job decision making (r = 0.846, P <0.05).
The relationship between evaluative thinking style (r = 0.671, P <0.05) and legalistic thinking style (r = 0.743, P <0.05) with self-efficacy in job decision making were also significant, but this relationship was also significant. There was no significant difference with executive thinking style variable (r = -0 / 041, P <0.05). Also, regression analysis with concurrent admission showed that predictor variables together could not explain 38% of the changes related to self-efficacy in job decision making among students.