sociometry


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the quantitative study of social relationships

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Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama and Sociometry, 59, 159-170.
Some Variables Affecting Boundary Role Behavior, Sociometry, 34, 1971, pp.
When the Majority is the Psychological Minority," Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, and Sociometry 33: 179-84.
Dunphy D, The social structure of urban adolescent peer groups, Sociometry, 1963, 26(2):230-246.
Network images were initiated in sociology through the pivotal studies in sociometry of the Austrian psychoanalyst Jacob L.
Martinez, 1977, "Socioeconomic Achievement and the Machiavellian Personality," Sociometry 40, 325-356.
Leadership and group geography, Sociometry 24 (1): 99-100.
1992); Sue Kiefer Hammersmith & Martin Weinberg, Homosexual Identity: Commitment, Adjustment, and Significant Others, 36 Sociometry 56 (1973); and Gregory M.
Altogether the OED lists and describes 81 nouns ending in "-metry," including such sciences as altimetry, chronometry, iconometry, morphometry, optometry, radiometry, seismometry, sociometry, stylometry, volumetry, and zoometry.
The sociometry of these individuals is intense; they share knowledge, opinions and experiences on a day-to-day basis," explained Ken Tyson, SYNAVANT Senior Vice President, International.
The study of these interactions is known as sociometry (Granovetter, 1973).
Simon, H, Selective Perceptions: A Note on the Departmental Identification of Executives, Sociometry, 21, 2, 1958, pp.