Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision

Document Type



research mentorship, pretenured faculty, doctoral students, productivity

Subject Area

Counselor Education


Scholarly work is an integral part of the pretenured faculty experience and for students in counselor education doctoral programs. Yet, there is a dearth of current literature that has investigated the role-based needs of the combination of both doctoral students and pretenured faculty in relation to research productivity. This quantitative inquiry explored the group differences in the research mentoring experiences of pretenured faculty and doctoral students (n = 207). Descriptive statistics and a factorial MANOVA were implemented to ascertain the utilized mentor roles in the classification of research productivity. Results indicated statistical significance. Limitations, implications, and recommendations for future research were discussed.

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