- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Social Reality Is Not Always What It Appears To Be
- 3 The Once Raging and Still Smoldering Pygmalion Controversy
- 4 The Extraordinary Power of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies
- 5 The Extraordinary Power of Expectancies to Bias Perception, Memory, and Information-Seeking
- 6 The Less Than Extraordinary Power of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies
- 7 You Better Change Your Expectations Because I Will Not Change (Much) to Fit Your Expectations
- 8 The Less Than Awesome Power of Expectations to Distort Information-Seeking
- 9 The Less Than Awesome Power of Expectations to Bias Perception, Memory, and Judgment
- 10 Accuracy
- 11 Accuracy
- 12 Accuracy
- 13 Teacher Expectations
- 14 Do Self-Fulfilling Prophecies Accumulate or Dissipate?
- 15 On the Pervasiveness and Logical Incoherence of Defining Stereotypes as Inaccurate
- 16 What Constitutes Evidence of Stereotype Accuracy?
- 17 Pervasive Stereotype Accuracy
- 18 Stereotypes and Person Perception
- 19 Stereotypes Have Been Stereotyped!
- 20 Important, Interesting, and Controversial Work on Accuracy, Bias, and Self-Fulfilling Prophecies That Did Not Fit Elsewhere
- 21 The 90% Full Glass Contests the Bias for Bias
- Social Perception and Social Reality
- Oxford University Press
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