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Pygmalion,

Greek mythological character.
Pygmalion effect - self-fulfilling prophesy. Synonym(s): Rosenthal effect
pygmalionism - rarely used term for the state of being in love with an object of one's own creation.
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According to the Pygmalion Effect, if you believe that someone is only capable of average work, you may subconsciously treat them in a way that gives out a signal to that effect.
Are you ready to put the Pygmalion Effect to the test?
Whilst other theories relating to self-belief and self-fulfilling prophecies highlight the impact of expectation upon performance, the Pygmalion effect uniquely highlights 'the impact that the expectations of persons who are in positions of authority have on the self-expectations and performance of those with whom they interact.
The Pygmalion effect can easily apply to law enforcement trainers in every corner of the profession.
A 1962 report by Robert Rosenthal and Lenore Jacobson discussed the Pygmalion effect at length.
CRM Learning, a leading publisher of video-based training programs for the last 20 years, has reintroduced to audiences in both education and business the phenomenon known as the Pygmalion Effect.
A situation in which one person's behavior that reflects expectations about a second person leads the second person to act in ways that confirm the first person's expectations is referred to as the Pygmalion effect.
A type of Pygmalion effect, or self-fulfilling prophecy, then will follow.
Leadership and expectations: Pygmalion effects and other self-fulfilling prophecies in organizations.
On the social psychology of the self-fulfilling prophecy: Further evidence for Pygmalion effects and their mediating mechanisms.