Pygmalion effect definition

Pygmalion effect.  The pygmalion effect, or Rosenthal effect, is the phenomenon whereby other's expectations of a target person affect the target person's performance.

Pygmalion study 

How are you perceiving?

How do you effect people?

Emotional Intelligence allows Emotional Resilience !

When we have emotional intelligence we can build resilience, we have an understanding of how life can work for us or against us. 


The Pygmalion Effect

Pygmalion Summary & Analysis

Does how you perceive things change what you are looking at?

The double slit experiment

How we think, believe, perceive and feel affects what we see.

The double slit experiment

In the course of a detailed analysis of observable intermediate particle-wave aspects of light, Wootters, and Zurek invented an ingenious but technically difficult practical apparatus for performing Einstein's version of the double-slit experiment. The present note discusses two very simple alternative systems for displaying the Bohr-Einstein particle-wave extremes or, if desired, any intermediate trajectory-interference manifestation associated with the double-slit experiment.