Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 224

For internet sources, you can simply search in Google for the Pygmalion Effect. There is a lot out there. Be sure to use reputable sources (sites ending in .edu or .gov are trustworthy).

For books, go to WorldCat, our catalog, linked below. I searched pygmalion, and then limited to Education, using the subject link on the left. We don't have books on ADHD and the Pygmalion effect.

For eBooks, go to the EBSCO eBooks link below. You can first search for "pygmalion effect" (use the quotes), and then in a second search, do "attention deficit hyperactivity disorder" AND pygmalion.

For articles, go to EBSCO Academic Search Complete, and repeat the search listed above.

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