(2009) In Psychodrama Vol. 33, No. 4,, pp. 347-358
This paper examines sociometry separate from its usual role as an adjunct of psychodrama. Sociometry is a set of methods created by J. L. Moreno (1934) to study the interpersonal connections of individuals and groups of all sizes. Sociometry provides opportunities for the improved interpersonal and group dynamics by making existing dynamics manifest to the people involved in the group in situ. The author describes the history of sociometry and explains its theories and techniques, which have relevance for psychotherapists and group leaders in all settings.