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Unformatted text preview: Classic studies on SFP: Rosenthal & Jacobsen (1968) Rosenthal “Bloomers” vs. “Non-Bloomers” • Students identified as IQ bloomers to teachers • Bloomers exhibited a 4 pt higher increase in IQ than Bloomers Non-Bloomers Non-Bloomers • Students not identified as bloomers but who showed IQ Students gains were less liked by teachers! gains The Importance of Construals Classic studies on SFP (cont’d): Snyder, Tanke, & Berscheid (1977) Snyder, “What you (think you) see, is what you get” • Men were given pictures of attractive or unattractive Men women and telephoned them women The Importance of Construals Classic studies on SFP (cont’d): Snyder, Tanke, & Berscheid (1977) “What you (think you) see, is what you get” • Men who were given an attractive picture found their Men partners more warm, likeable, interesting, confident partners • When other people listen...
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