Psychological and social self-perceptions of the sociometric isolate

Peter O. Peretti1, Annette Mcnair1
1Kennedy-King College, United States
Cite this article:  Peretti, P., & Mcnair, A. (1987). Psychological and social self-perceptions of the sociometric isolate. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 15, 53-58.

Volume 15 Issue 1 | e519 | Published: February 1987 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1987.15.1.53

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Literature on the sociometric isolate in school suggests the student is left out of things by classmates, lacks motivation for optimal classroom performance, and is not an active participant in the learning process. We conducted the present study to: (1) determine the sociometric group structure of several 6th grade classes; (2) determine the acceptance, rejection, and, in particular, the isolate interaction patterns, and (3) determine psycho-logical and social self-perceptions of the sociometric isolate. Results indicated the socio-metric group structure for each class, the acceptance, rejection, or isolate interaction patterns, and the 6 most frequently selected psychological and social self-percept-ions of the sociometric isolate.


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