The Modified Peer Nomination Inventory (MPNI) is a tool used to measure social connections among peers. It is used in both school and work settings to measure the level of relationships between individuals. The MPNI is based on the idea that people have an innate need to belong to a social group and that relationships are a key factor in determining an individual’s success. The MPNI consists of a series of questions that measure the level of connection between two individuals. The questions ask about the frequency of communication, the level of trust, the level of emotional support, and the level of social support. The responses are then used to create a score that indicates the strength of the relationship. The MPNI has been used in a variety of settings, including classrooms and workplaces. It has been found to be a useful tool for measuring relationships between peers, as well as for assessing the effectiveness of team–building activities. The MPNI has been found to be an effective way to measure relationships between peers. It is a useful tool for assessing relationships in both school and work settings, and it can be used to help identify areas of improvement for team–building activities. The MPNI is an easy–to–use tool that can be used to measure the strength of relationships between peers in any setting.
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Copyright © 1988 by the American Psychological Association. Reprinted with permission. The official citation that should be used in referencing this material is Perry‚ D. G.‚ Kusel‚ S. J.‚ & Perry‚ L. C. (1988). Victims of peer aggression. Developmental Psychology‚ 24‚ 807–814.
Original Peer Nomination Inventory: Copyright©1961 by Southern Universities Press. Reproduced with permission of authors and publisher from: Wiggins‚ J. S.‚ & Winder‚ C. L. (1961). The Peer Nomination Inventory: An empirically derived sociometric measure of adjustment in preadolescent boys. Psychological Reports‚ 9‚ 643–677. (Monogr. Suppl. 5-V9).
Perry‚ D. G.‚ Kusel‚ S. J. & Perry‚ L. C. (1988). Victims of peer aggression. Developmental Psychology‚ 24‚ 807–814.
(Original inventory: Wiggins‚ J. S. & Winder‚ C. L. (1961). The Peer Nomination Inventory: An empirically derived sociometric measure of adjustment in preadolescent boys. Psychological Reports‚ 9‚ 643–677.)