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2Systems of Orientation
PART TWOSystem Balance
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accuracy actual agreement agree assigned attitudes attraction level attraction power attraction ranks attraction relationships attraction responses authoritarians autism balance-promoting changes Chapter Cluster-A members coefficients collective systems concerning consensual correlations degree differentiation discrepancy distribution early estimated agreement estimator's exact test expected frequencies F-scale F-score fact favorable findings group-perceived high-attraction pairs high-attraction triads high-attraction units highest House members hypothesis increasing acquaintance indices individual systems interpersonal interpersonal attraction interpersonal relationships levels of attraction marriage mean rhos ment nonauthoritarians nonperson numbers of high-attraction Numbers of Pairs objects of orientation obtained pair attraction pair scores pair-scores perceived agreement persons popular population possible prediction procedure quartile Rank-order scale rank-ordering reciprocated regard relatively respect result roommates sensitivity to strain shown in Table significant significantly sociograms Spranger Values stable stages of acquaintance structuring subjects tend tendencies toward balance theoretical tion Total variables Week 15 Week Week Week Year-I