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Jacob Levy Moreno

Sociometry monographs. 1941 bis 1971

Sociometry monographs.

Beacon, N. Y.: Beacon House Inc. 1941–1971, 42 Bände.

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Einzelbände:

 1) Leonard S[later] Cottrell, Jr. / Ruth Gallagher: Developments in social psychology, 1930–1940. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1941 (= Sociometry monographs. 1.), 58 S. & 1 Blatt. Vgl. auch Leonard S[later] Cottrell, Jr. / Ruth Gallagher: Important developments in American social psychology during the past decade, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 4. Bd., Nr. 2 (May 1941), S. 107–139, und Nr. 3 (August 1941), S. 302–324.

 2) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: Sociometry and the cultural order. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1943 (= Sociometry monographs. 2.), S. 299–344. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 6. Bd. (1943), Nr. 3, S. 299–344.

 3) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno / Helen H[all] Jennings: Sociometric measurement of social configurations, based on deviation from chance. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1945 (= Sociometry monographs. 3.), 35 S. Wiederabdruck von: Statistics of social configurations, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 1. Bd. (1938), Nr. 3–4, S. 342–374.

 4) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: Foundations of sociometry, an introduction. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. [1944] (= Sociometry monographs. 4.), S. 15–35. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 4. Bd. (1941), Nr. 1, S. 15–35; siehe auch Band 22 dieser Schriftenreihe.

 5) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno / (E[rnest] Stagg Whitin / Helen H[all] Jennings): Group method and group psychotherapy. (A preliminary report prepared in collaboration with E[rnest] Stagg Whitin and with the assistance of Helen H[all] Jennings.) [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. [1944] (= Sociometry Monographs. 5.), 104 S. Zuerst unter dem Titel: Plan and technique of developing a prison into a socialized community. A preliminary report prepared in collaboration with E[rnest] Stagg Whitin. New York, N. Y.: National committee on prisons and prison labor 1932; hier Wiederabdruck von: Application of the group method to classification. A preliminary report prepared by collaboration with E[rnest] Stagg Whitin. (2nd edition.) New York: National committee on prisons and prison labor 1932. Siehe auch Band 30 der Schriftenreihe »Psychodrama and group psychotherapy monographs«.

 6) Urie Bronfenbrenner: The measurement of sociometric status, structure and development. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1945 (= Sociometry monographs. 6.), 80 S. Wiederabdruck von: A constant frame of reference for sociometric research, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), Part I. Theory and technique, 6. Bd. (1943), Nr. 4, S. 363–397, Part II. Experiment and inference, 7. Bd. (1944), Nr. 1, S. 40–75.

 7) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno / Helen H[all] Jennings: Sociometric control studies of grouping and regrouping, with reference to authoritative and democratic methods of grouping. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 7.), 23 S. Wiederabdruck von: Advances in sociometric techniques, in: Sociometric Review, 1. Bd. (1936), S. 26–40.

 8) Gustav Ichheiser: Diagnosis of anti-Semitism. Two essays. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1946 (= Sociometry monographs. 8.), 27 S. Wiederabdruck von: Fear of violence and fear of fraud, with some remarks on the social psychology of anti-Semitism, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 7. Bd. (1944), Nr. 4, S. 376–383.

 9) Merl E[dwin] Bonney: Popular and unpopular children, a sociometric study. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 9.), 81 S.

10) Harold F[rederick] Kaufman: Defining prestige in a rural community. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1946 (= Sociometry monographs. 10.), 26 S. Wiederabdruck von: Defining prestige rank in a rural community, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 8. Bd. (1945), Nr. 2, S. 199–207, und von: Members of a rural community as judges of prestige rank, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 9. Bd. (1946), Nr. 1, S. 71–85.

11) Mary L[ouise] Northway / Esther B[rina] Frankel / Reva Potashin: Personality and sociometric status. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 11.), 73 S. Wiederabdruck von Mary LK[ouise] Northway: Personality and sociometric status. A review of the Toronto studies, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 9. Bd. (1946), Nr. 2–3, S. 233–241; Esther B[rina] Frankel: The social relationships of pre-school children, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 9. Bd. (1946), Nr. 2–3, S. 15–30, und Reva Potashin: A sociometric study of children's friendships, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 9. Bd. (1946), Nr. 1, S. 48–70.

12) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno / [W(illiam) A(lanson) White]: Psychological organization of groups in the community. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 12.), 25 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Handbook of mental deficiency. Boston, Mass.: Association for Mental Deficiency 1933, S. 5–35; siehe auch Band 22 dieser Schriftenreihe. Anmerkung auf dem Titelblatt: »First pub. in the 57th annual Yearbook of the American Association on Mental Deficiency, Boston, 1933.«

13) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno / Helen H[all] Jennings / Joseph H. Sargent: Time as a measure of inter-personal relations. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 13.), [19] S. Wiederabdruck von: Time as a quantitative index of inter-personal relations, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 3. Bd. (1940), Nr. 1, S. 62–80.

14) Helen H[all] Jennings: Sociometry of leadership, based on the differentiation of psychegroup and sociogroup. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 14.), 28 S. Wiederabdruck von: Sociometric differentiation of the psychegroup and the sociogroup, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 10. Bd. (1947), Nr. 1, S. 71–79.

15) Henrik F[reier] Infield [d. i. Heinrich Infeld]: Sociometric structure of a veterans' cooperative land settlement. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 15.), 23 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 10. Bd. (1947), Nr. 1, S. 50–70.

16) Charles P[rice] Loomis: Political and occupational cleavages in a Hanoverian village, Germany. A sociometric study. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 16.), S. 316–333. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 9. Bd. (1946), Nr. 4, S. 316–333.

17) Kurt Lewin / Ronald Lippitt: The Research Center for Group Dynamics. With comments and bibliography by Ronald Lippitt. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 17.), 32 S. Anmerkung: »Parts of this monograph first appeared in Sociometry, volume 8, number 2, 1945 and volume 9, number 1, 1947.« Siehe Kurt Lewin: The Research Center of Group Dynamics at Massachusetts Institute of Technolgy, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 8. Bd. (1945), Nr. 2, S. 126–136, und Ronald Lippitt: Kurt Lewin 1890–1947. Adventures in the exploration of interdependence, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 10. Bd. (1947), Nr. 2, S. 87–97.

18) Paul Deutschberger: Interaction patterns in changing neighborhoods: New York and Pittsburgh, a sociometric study. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1947 (= Sociometry monographs. 18.), 15 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 9. Bd. (1946), Nr. 4, S. 303–315.

19) C[harles] P[rice] Loomis / J[oseph] A[llan] Beegle / T[homas] W[ilson] Longmore: Critique of class as related to social stratification. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1948 (= Sociometry monographs. 19.), 21 S. Wiederabdruck von C[harles] P[rice] Loomis / J[oseph] A[llan] Beegle / T[homas] W[ilson] Longmore: Critique of class as related to social stratification, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 10. Bd. (1947), Nr. 4, S. 319–337.

20) Charles P[rice] Loomis / Harold B[renner] Pepinsky: Sociometry, 1937–1947: Theory and methods. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1949 (= Sociometry monographs. 20.), 27 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 11. Bd. (1948), Nr. 3, S. 262–286.

21) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: The three branches of sociometry. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1949 (= Sociometry monographs. 21.), 10 S. Wiederabdruck von: The three branches of sociometry: A postscript, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 11. Bd. (1948), Nr. 12, S. 121–128.

22) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: Sociometry, experimental method and the science of society. An approach to a new political orientation. Foreword by Gardner Murphy. Beacon, N. Y.: Beacon House Inc. 1951 (= Sociometry monographs. 22.), 220 S. Sammelband, enthält: The function of a »Department of Human Relations« within the structure of the government of the United States, zuerst in: Group Psychotherapy (Beacon, N. Y.), 3. Bd. (1951), Nr. 4, S. 284–291; siehe auch Band 40 dieser Schriftenreihe; 1. Prologue to sociometry (1949), zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 12. Bd. (1949), Nr. 1–3, S. 244–245; 2. Three points of reference for sociometric research (1923–1950), unpubliziert; 3. »Locometry«, the science of spaces and of sites (1923), Auszug aus: Das Stegreiftheater. Potsdam: Verlag des Vaters / Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag [1924] (= Die Schriften des Vaters. / Die Reihe der reinen Örter. 1.); 4. Notes on sociometry, gestalt theory, and psychoanalysis (1933), zuerst in: Handbook of mental deficiency. Boston, Mass.: Association for Mental Deficiency 1933, S. 5–35; siehe auch Band 12 dieser Schriftenreihe; 5. Sociometry in relation to other social sciences (1937), zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 1. Bd. (1937), Nr. 1–2, S. 206–219; 6. Sociometry and the experimental method in science, zuerst unter dem Titel: Experimental sociometry and the experimental method in science, in: Current trends in social psychology. Eight lectures under the auspice of the department of psychology in the College of the University of Pittsburgh, March 4 and 5, 1948 in the Stephen Collins Foster memorial. Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh press 1948, S. 119–162; 7. The Atomic theory in the social sciences (1949), unpubliziert; 8. Organization of the social atom (1936), zuerst in: Sociometric Review, 1. Bd. (1936), Nr. 1, S. 11–16; 9. The social atom and death (1947), zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 10. Bd. (1947), Nr. 1, S. 80–84; 10. Re-grouping of communities and action research »in situ« (1936), zuerst unter dem Titel: A plan for the regrouping of communities, in: Sociometric Review, 1. Bd. (1936), Nr. 1, S. 58–61; 11. Three experimental projects: laissez faire, autocracy and democracy tests (1936), zuerst unter dem Titel: Advances in sociometric techniques, in: Sociometric Review, 1. Bd. (1936), Nr. 1, S. 26–40; 12. Psychodrama with children versus psychoanalysis of children (1945) (1945), unpubliziert; 13. Role playing in sociometric research (1934), Auszug aus: Who shall survive? A new approach to the problem of human interrelations. Washington, D. C.: Nervous and mental disease publishing co. 1934 (= Nervous and mental disease monograph series. 58.); 14. The strategic of electric recording for clinical psychology and psychotherapy (1944), überarbeiteter Auszug aus: Application of the group method to classification. A preliminary report prepared by collaboration with E[rnest] Stagg Whitin. (2nd edition.). New York: National committee on prisons and prison labor 1932; 15. Discussion of Snyder’s »The present status of psychotherapeutic counseling« (1947), zuerst in: Psychological Bulletin, 44. Bd. (1947), Nr. 6, S. 564–567; 16. Psychodrama and group psychotherapy. I (1946), zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 9. Bd. (1946), Nr. 23, S. 249–253; 17. Psychodrama and group psychotherapy. II (1948), zuerst in: Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 49. Bd. (1948), S. 902–903; 18. Group psychotherapy and social cohesion (1948), unpublizierter Auszug aus »La Psychothérapie de groupe. Communication au Congrès mondial de Psychiatrie 1950«; 19. The prediction and planning of success in marriage (1941), zuerst in: Marriage and family living (Menasha, Wis.), 3. Bd. (1941), Nr. 4, S. 83–84; 20. Frame of reference for testing, objectifying and measuring the social investigator (1940), zuerst unter dem Titel: A frame of reference for testing the social investigator, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 3. Bd. (1940), Nr. 4, S. 317–327; 21. Sociometry and the theory of roles (1947), zuerst unter dem Titel: Sociometry and the social psychology of G. H. Mead. Comments to McKinney’s »A comparison of the social psychology of G. H. Mead and J. L. Moreno«, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 10. Bd. (1947), Nr. 4, S. 350–353; 22. Progress and pitfalls in sociometric theory, zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 10. Bd. (1947), Nr. 3, S. 268–272; 23. Three dimensions of society: the external society, the sociometric matrix and the social reality (1949), unpubliziert; 24. Foundations of sociometry (1941), zuerst unter dem Titel: Foundations of sociometry, an introduction, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 4. Bd. (1941), Nr. 1, S. 15–35; siehe auch Band 4 dieser Schriftenreihe; 25. Sociometry and Marxism, zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 12. Bd. (1949), Nr. 1–3, S. 106–143; 26. Sociometry and the industrial revolution, unpubliziert; 27. Tests of anarchistic, utopian, democratic and socialistic forms of government (1947), unpubliziert; 28. The advantages of the sociometric approach to problems of national defense, zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 4. Bd. (1941), Nr. 4, S. 384–391; 29. The situation test in American-British military psychology vs. German military psychology, zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 12. Bd. (1949), Nr. 4, S. 344–353; 30. Origins and foundations of interpersonal theory, sociometry and microsociology, zuerst in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 12. Bd. (1949), Nr. 1–3, S. 235–254.

23) Zerka Toeman Moreno: History of the sociometric movement in headlines. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. [1950] (= Sociometry monographs. 23.), S. 3–10. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 12. Bd. (1949), Nr. 1–3, S. 255–259.

24) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: The sociometric approach to social case work. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. [1951] (= Sociometry monographs. 24.), [4] S. Wiederabdruck aus: in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 13. Bd. (1950), Nr. 2, S. 172–175.

25) Norman E[dward] Gronlund: The accuracy of teachers' judgments concerning the sociometric status of sixth-grade pupils. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1951 (= Sociometry monographs. 25.), 62 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 13. Bd. (1950), Nr. 3, S. 197225, und Nr. 4, S. 329–357.

26) Edgar F. Borgatta: An analysis of three levels of response: An approach to some relationships among the development of personality. A comparison of responses in a paper and pencil test, in role playing and in actual situations. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1952 (= Sociometry monographs. 26.), 52 S. Ph.D. Thesis am Department of Sociology der New York University. Wiederabdruck von: An analysis of three levels of response: An approach to some relationships among dimensions of personality, in: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 14. Bd. (1951), Nr. 4, S. 267–316.

27) Thomas B. Lemann / Richard L[ester] Solomon: Group characteristics as revealed in sociometric patterns and personality ratings. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1952 (= Sociometry monographs. 27.), 90 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 15. Bd. (1952), Nr. 1–2, S. 7–90.

28) Hugh Murray: The sociometric stability of personal relations among retarded children. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1953 (= Sociometry monographs. 28.), 31 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 16. Bd. (1953), Nr. 2, S. 113–141.

29) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: Who shall survive? Foundations of sociometry, group psychotherapy, and sociodrama. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1953 (= Sociometry monographs. 29.), cxiv, 763 S. Überarbeitete Ausgabe von: Who shall survive? A new approach to the problem of human interrelations. Washington, D. C.: Nervous and mental disease publishing co. 1934 (= Nervous and mental disease monograph series. 58.). Siehe auch Band 34 dieser Schriftenreihe-

30) Fred Massarik / Robert Tannenbaum / Murray Kahane / Irvin Weschler: Sociometric choice and organizational effectiveness: A multi-relational approach. (Fourth report of the Human Relations Research Group, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California, Los Angeles, completed under a grant from the U.S. Navy, Office of Naval Research.) [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1954 (= Sociometry monographs. 30.), 3ß S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 16. Bd. (1953), Nr. 3, S. 211238.

31) Edgar F. Borgatta / Robert F[reed] Bales: Task and accumulation of experience as factors in the interaction of small groups. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1954 (= Sociometry monographs. 31.), S. 239–252. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 16. Bd. (1953), Nr. 3, S. 239252.

32) Mario Levi / E[llis] Paul Torrance / Gilbert O[liver] Pletts: Sociometric studies of combat air crews in survival training. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1955 (= Sociometry monographs. 32.), 29 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 17. Bd. (1954), Nr. 4, S. 304328.

33) Jane Srygley Mouton / Robert R[ogers] Blake / Benjamin Fruchter: The validity of sociometric responses. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1955 (= Sociometry monographs. 33.), 28 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 18. Bd. (1955), Nr. 3, S. 181200.

34) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: Preludes to my autobiography. Introduction to Who shall survive? Beacon, N. Y.: Beacon House Inc. 1955 (= Sociometry monographs. 34.), 100 S. Wiederabdruck aus Band 29 dieser Schriftenreihe, S. xii–cviii.

35) Group training vs. group therapy. Edited by Robert R[ogers] Blake. With contributions from: George Bach, Warren G[ameliel] Bennis, Robert R[ogers] Blake, Richard Burke, Henry Cutter, Herbert Harrington, Joyce Hoffman, J[acob] L[evy] Moreno, Jane S[rygley] Mouton, Alvin J[ohn] North and Philip Worchel. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1958 (= Sociometry monographs. 35.), 80 S.

36) Role playing in industry. Edited by Ted W[illiam] Franks [d. i. Theodore William Franks]. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1959 (= Sociometry monographs. 36.), S. 123–192. Wiederabdruck aus: Group Psychotherapy (Beacon, N. Y.), 12. Bd. (1959), Nr. 2.

37) Åke Bjerstedt: The methodology of preferential sociometry: Selected trends and some contributions. Beacon, N. Y.: Beacon House Inc. 1956 (= Sociometry monographs. 37.), 156 S.

38) The sociometry of subhuman groups. Edited by J[acob] L[evy] Moreno in collaboration with H[erbert] S[pencer] Jennings, W[arder] C[lyde] Allee, Clyde E[dgar] Keeler, J[ohn] P[aul] Scott, Robert K[endall] Enders, C[larence] R[ay] Carpenter, M[ontague] F[rancis] Ashley Montagu. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1958 (= Sociometry monographs. 38.), 110 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Sociometry (Beacon, N. Y.), 8. Bd. (1945), Nr. 1.

39) Åke Bjerstedt: Definitions of sociometry. An expert vote. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1958 (= Sociometry monographs. 39.), 20 S.

40) J[acob] L[evy] Moreno: The function of a »Department of Human Relations« within the structure of the government of the United States. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1960 (= Sociometry monographs. 40.), 10 S. Wiederabdruck aus: Group Psychotherapy (Beacon, N. Y.), 3. Bd. (1951), Nr. 4, S. 284–291; siehe auch Band 22 dieser Schriftenreihe.

41) Åke Bjerstedt: Glimpses from the world of the school child. Self and other explored in dyadic communication. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1960 (= Sociometry monographs. 40 [recte 41].), 130 S.

42) Joe W[esley] Hart: Socioeconomic sociometry and socioeconometry: Moreno's sociodynamic effect revisited. [Beacon, N. Y.]: Beacon House Inc. 1971 (= Sociometry monographs. 42.), 11 S.

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