THEORIES AND EXPERIMENTS ON INTERPERSONAL ATTRACTION.
Final rept. 1 Oct 58-30 Sep 69,
PENNSYLVANIA UNIV PHILADELPHIA
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The field of interpersonal and self evaluation has obvious practical relevance to the morale and cohesiveness of groups, the selection of partners for given tasks, and the formation of friendship relations, involving all behavior which is affected by these interpersonal and self evaluations. The study has approached and interpreted the phenomena of attration and hostility in terms of three theoretical frameworks. The report discusses these frameworks and evaluates them on the basis of experimental findings. Author