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The propinquity effect

Art Schmitt

The propinquity effect

how relationships have enhanced my life

by Art Schmitt

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Published by Author House in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementArt Schmitt
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS558.8 .S35 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 102 p. :
Number of Pages102
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24491969M
ISBN 101449001475
ISBN 109781449001476, 9781449001483
LC Control Number2009906929

The 'Propinquity Effect' is a fancy name for a simple, yet powerful principle first observed by MIT researchers Leon Festinger, Stanley Schachter and Kurt Back in The Effect tells you the most powerful factor in building friendship, liking and trust. And in this week's video I explain how you can use it as a budding authority to be more liked and trusted by your audience. Issued in on Colorado s Folkways-like Owl imprint, Propinquity is the only album this Boulder group ever recorded. Steeped in the CSNY tradition of strong solo pieces knotted together by friendship, the album is a dreamy blend of folk and rock, rural, but with a city public school sensibility/5(5).

the propinquity effect, the mere exposure effect. Zajonc () wrote an influential article in which he posited a theoretical explanation for the social facilitation effect. Elegantly simple, this explanation included steps: the presence of others causes arousal, ad arousal makes it easier to do simple things and harder to do difficult or.   Books 2; Add to Wishlist. The Propinquity Effect by Timothy Ball. Paperback $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store Check Availability at Nearby Stores. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Members save with free shipping everyday!Author: Timothy Ball.

The propinquity effect is the tendency for people to form friendships or romantic relationships with those whom they encounter often. In other words, relationships tend to be formed between those who have a high was discovered by psychologists Leon Festinger, Stanley Schachter and Kurt Back in what came to be called as the Westgate studies conducted at the MIT (). propinquity meaning: 1. the fact of being near something: 2. the fact of being near something. Learn more.


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Propinquity Effect. Explanations > Theories > Propinquity Effect. Description | Research | Example | So What. | See also | References. Description. The more we meet and interact with people, the more likely we are to become friends with them.

As we meet people we. The Propinquity Effect Paperback – Aug by Timothy Ball (Author) › Visit Amazon's Timothy Ball Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Author: Timothy Ball. The Propinquity effect is the tendency that leads the individuals in creating friendship or romantic relationships with each other.

Frequent interactions with people at work and study places are a key to build a close bond with people. Propinquity is a book that should be read by a lake, or in a cabin in the mountains, slowly and without rushing.

The book unfolds leisurely, without the dramatic cliffhangers and increased tensions that mark current commercial novels/5. Propinquity is a novel by Australian author/journalist John Macgregor. The manuscript won the Adelaide Festival Biennial Award for Literature; the novel was short-listed for The Age Book of the Year.

Its author was compared by critics with PG Wodehouse, Don DeLillo, Julian Barnes, Umberto Eco, and Australian Nobellist Patrick e its critical success, the collapse of the. Propinquity effect. The propinquity effect is the tendency for people to form friendships or romantic relationships with those whom they encounter often, forming a bond between subject and friend.

Workplace interactions are frequent and this frequent interaction is often a key indicator as to why close relationships can readily form in this type of environment.

Propinquity was published to very positive reviews - especially for a first novel. But as it was being released the Press was sold to The Adelaide Review, which had no book-publishing experience. Propinquity sat in the warehouse for many months, and missed the sales bandwagon. A year later Macgregor purchased the s: Executive Chaos My Life in the Corporate World.

This book deals the trial, tribulations and successes in the corporate world. The stories relate to the difficulties, the learning experiences and the humors experiences involved while the Vice President of Human resources of major coprporations.

Alphabet and attraction: An unobtrusive measure of the effect of propinquity in a field setting. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30, Skinner, B. The propinquity effect was proposed by American psychologists Leon Festinger, Stanley Schachter and Kurt Back in their paper, “The Spatial Ecology of.

Propinquity Definition Propinquity refers to the proximity or physical closeness of one person to another. The greater the degree of propinquity, the more likely that two people will be attracted to each other and become friends.

Propinquity is usually thought of in terms of functional distance—that is, the likelihood of coming into contact with another [ ]. The propinquity effect is the tendency for people to form friendships (or romantic relationships) with those whom they encounter often, forming a bond between subject and friend.

Occupational propinquity, based on a person’s career, is also commonly seen as a factor in marriage selection. The term propinquity means nearness. Thus, the theory of propinquity states that individuals affiliate with one another because of spatial or geographical proximity.

Thus, in organizational context, individuals working together tend to form a group with others more easily as compared to with individuals working relatively at a distant place.

Meet Betty. She just started her new job at the San Diego Zoo. One of her co-workers, Apollo, has been assigned to train her. Apollo and Betty interact often. The propinquity effect. There are two dimensions to propinquity, and they play different roles in marketing strategy.

There is physical propinquity and psychological propinquity. For the purposes of this article, let’s focus on psychological propinquity, as it most directly relates to creating influence through content creation.

There is an ethereal-meets-mundane storyline for Propinquity: the book was published insold ~ copies when the publisher folded. The chance of the award-winning Propinquity disappearing was high.

The similarities between canonical scripture today and what could have been is eerie. Serendipity that today, November 1 is the anniversary Reviews: propinquity definition: 1.

the fact of being near something: 2. the fact of being near something. Learn more. Propinquity definition, nearness in place; proximity. See more. Macgregor did. There is an ethereal-meets-mundane storyline for Propinquity: the book was published insold ~ copies when the publisher folded.

The chance of the award-winning Propinquity disappearing was high. The similarities between canonical scripture today and what could have been is eerie/5(40).

Notwithstanding thesales ratio, Propinquity did something The Da Vinci Code never did: it won a major literary prize.

That would be the Adelaide Festival Biennial Award for Literature. It was also shortlisted for The Age Book of the Year that year - .Electronic Propinquity - Felipe Korzenny Page # 1 A Theory of Electronic Propinquity Mediated Communication in Organizations by Felipe Korzenny, Ph.D. AUTHOR'S NOTE: Published in Communication Research, Vol.

5, No.1, Januarypp. This is a revised version of a paper presented to the Information Systems Division at the annual meeting of.The propinquity effect has been alive and well in my life from my birth and I don’t expect that it will stop any time soon. The opposite is also true.

When you don’t come into close physical contact with someone, you tend to loose contact with them. Strata Center MIT.