Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Clinton Layne, David Shiek, Sandy Reese
Department of Psychology
Master of Arts
Historically, social interaction has played a central role in the development of personality constructs. How one sees himself, how others perceive him, and how these variables interact have played a core role in many theoretical systems.
If the theoretical assumptions underlying the relationships between personality development and social interaction are true, then significant relationships should exist between sociometric measures of personality. This was the rationale surrounding the development of this study.
Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Fischer, Mike, "The Relationships of Sociometric Status and Personality Factors Among Sixth Grade Children" (1973). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2001.