Am I as You See Me or Do You See Me as I Am? Self-Fulfilling Prophecies and Self-Verification

@article{Madon2001AmIA,
  title={Am I as You See Me or Do You See Me as I Am? Self-Fulfilling Prophecies and Self-Verification},
  author={Stephanie Madon and Alison Smith and Lee Jussim and Daniel W Russell and Jacquelynne S. Eccles and Polly Palumbo and Michele Walkiewicz},
  journal={Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin},
  year={2001},
  volume={27},
  pages={1214 - 1224}
}
This research investigated the extent to which self-fulfilling prophecies and self-verification occurred among 108 teachers and 1,692 students in 108 sixth-grade public school math classrooms. Results demonstrated three main findings. Self-fulfilling prophecies and self-verification occurred simultaneously in a context where perceivers and targets had highly valid information on which to base their initial perceptions. The availability of highly valid information led perceivers and targets to… 

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