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Pygmalion effect: Quiz

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Question 1: So while it is quite possible that teachers learn either by unaided practice or by unconscious imitation of other teachers (as an ________), there is almost no evidence on whether that training makes a difference.
ApprenticeshipGermanyUniversityVocational education

Question 2: This effect is seen during ________'s blue-eyed versus brown-eyed discrimination exercise, where third graders were divided based on eye color.
Martin Luther King, Jr.Jane ElliottUnited StatesHomophobia

Question 3: The teacher was blind (see: ________) to what the students thought about him/her.
Crossover studyOdds ratioBlind experimentRandomized controlled trial

Question 4: Within sociology, the effect is often cited with regards to education and ________.
Social stratificationUpper classSocial classWorking class

Question 5: In 2004, US President ________ referred to "the soft bigotry of low expectations" as one of the challenges faced by disadvantaged and minority students.
Ronald ReaganGeorge H. W. BushGeorge W. BushDick Cheney

Question 6: The purpose of the ________ was to support the hypothesis that reality can be influenced by the expectations of others.
Randomized controlled trialStatistical unitInteraction (statistics)Experiment

Question 7: The effect is named after Pygmalion, a Cypriot sculptor in a narrative by Ovid in ________, who fell in love with a female statue he had carved out of ivory.
Greek mythologyApolloMuseHera

Question 8: [1] In their study, they showed that if ________ were led to expect enhanced performance from some children, then the children did indeed show that enhancement.
United StatesEducationCollegeTeacher

Question 9: The Pygmalion effect is a form of ________, and, in this respect, people with poor expectations internalize their negative label, and those with positive labels succeed accordingly.
ForeshadowingOne Thousand and One NightsSelf-fulfilling prophecyArabic literature







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