, Volume 16, Issue 6, pp 771-791

The development of an instrument to measure neighborhood cohesion

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This article is based on a dissertation submitted to the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland-College Park in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the doctor of philosophy degree. The author is grateful in particular to Edison Trickett and to the other members of his dissertation committee composed of Robert Hirzel, Donald Klein, Katherine Klein, and Robert Steele. The author expresses appreciation to Elizabeth Buckner, Jane Cousins, Jerry Zisserson, Harold Perl, Debbie Dolan, Rosemarie Ciccarelly, Barbara Van Dahlen, and Michael Genhart for their assistance. The thoughtful comments of the annoymous reviewers are appreciated. Computer support was provided by the Computer Science Center, University of Maryland.