Title

Modes of Interpersonal Behavior: A Replication

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

12-1-1974

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.2466/pr0.1974.35.3.1079

Abstract

A portion of Lorr and Suziedelis' study (1969) of modes of interpersonal behavior was replicated. Lorr's Interpersonal Behavior Inventory was administered to 287 college students. Ss rated well-liked others and themselves. Factor analysis was performed on the two correlation matrices and the results were compared to those for Lorr's normal sample. Three factors were sufficient to account for the variance. Two major differences between the studies were found. The Nurturance and Sociability factors in the previous study were combined into one bipolar factor labeled Hostility-Affection and the scales comprising the Dependency category seemed considerably reduced in importance.

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Citation / Publisher Attribution

Psychological Reports, v. 35, issue 3, p. 1079-1083

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