Theory and Measurement of Sigfluence: Significant, Positive, Long-Term, Interpersonal Influence (Paperback)
  • Theory and Measurement of Sigfluence: Significant, Positive, Long-Term, Interpersonal Influence (Paperback)

Theory and Measurement of Sigfluence: Significant, Positive, Long-Term, Interpersonal Influence (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 28/07/2002
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We have enormous potential to positively influence others, but we don't yet have a word for significant, long-term, positive influence in the English language. In Theory and Measurement of Sigfluence, John Loase presents an interdisciplinary analysis of sigfluence, a word invented by Loase, meaning significant, long-term, positive influence. Loase gives personal accounts of sigfluence, together with a Sigfluence Survey, which allows the reader to measure three aspects of personal sigfluence. He explores sigfluence from the perspectives of psychology, statistics, mathematical modeling, and personal histories. A chapter is devoted to the reliability and validity of the Sigfluence Survey and preliminary findings related to sigfluence. The evidence supports Loase's theory that sigfluence is an important but widely neglected personal need and a key to finding meaning in life.

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761822592

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