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The purpose of this conceptual paper is two pronged; first it surveys the current research literature on perceived psychological and physical distance and its relationship to leader-subordinate interaction and job performance. Secondly, the review suggests that the phenomenon of perceived distance also applies to the teacher-student relationship and school performance. A synthesis of the literature and suggestions for future research are also presented.
Lewis, Charles L. IV, "Perceived Psychological Distance in Leader-Subordinate and Teacher-Student Relationships" (2012). Undergraduate Honors Theses. 14.