My guest today is Dr. Robert Rosenthal, an eminent psychologist and researcher and Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Riverside. He's best known for his work in researcher and teacher expectancy effects, known more commonly as the Pygmalion effect.
In this episode, Professor Rosenthal explains how teacher expectations on their students affect how well those students perform. We also explore how scientific research works and how anyone, even you, could design, execute, and publish a scientific paper.
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