SOCIOLOGYAn elementary school teacher was given a list of her students on the first day of class. Next to each student's name was a number. One was 132, another was 141, and so forth. The teacher saw these numbers and was tremendously excited to begin the school year. In fact, she went out and bought extra materials. At the end of the school year, her students had shown incredible progress. When the principal came up to the teacher and congratulated her, the teacher thanked the principal for giving her so many students with high IQs. The principal said, "What do you mean?" "Well," the teacher replied, "on the first day of class, you gave me that list of student names with their IQs." "Those weren't IQ numbers; they were locker numbers!" The principal responded. Whether this story is true or not, it is a good example of the self-fulfilling prophecy (or the Pygmalion effect). What might have happened if the numbers next to the students' names had been 94 or 97?