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Galatea Effect and its relationship with the Pygmalion Effect

The Galatea Effect is a phenomenon that derives from the Pygmalion Effect. Therefore, to explain the Galatea Effect, we can briefly review what the Pygmalion Effect is. Content 1 The Galatea Effect and its relationship with Pygmalion 2 What about the Galatea Effect? 3 The Galatea Effect in our relationship with others The Galatea Effect and its relationship with Pygmalion The Pygmalion Effect is an effect that occurs when a person trusts that we are able to achieve a certain performance goal and, in doing so, conditions us to that, finally, we reach that goal, giving ourselves a self-fulfilling prophecy.
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10 romantic ideas to surprise your partner

Keeping the flame of love alive is a task that must be done day by day. At the beginning of a relationship it is common for both parties to dedicate themselves to surprising each other with romantic details, however, as time goes by, those details do not repeat themselves and the relationship gradually becomes more and more cold.
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Differences between Psychosis and Neurosis

The increase in mental disorders among the population worldwide is on the rise, so it is important to be informed and know some characteristics and differences between some of them. Like the commonly called neurosis and psychosis, which often cause confusion among many. So that, through the recognition of some characteristics and symptoms, a timely intervention can be made and referral to health professionals, thus avoiding major complications that may diminish the quality of life of the sufferer and those who cohabit or coexist with them. .
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40 famous phrases by Karl Popper

Phrases by Karl Popper Phrases by Karl Popper (1902-1994), he was a philosopher, sociologist and theorist of Austrian science, who later became a British citizen, considered one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th century. Quotes from Karl Popper No rational argument will have a rational effect on a man who does not want to adopt a rational attitude.
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A forgetful mind

Going down the stairs at home I realize that I forgot my wallet in my room. So from the central step of the stairs I climb again towards my floor. When I had climbed eight steps, I notice that my wallet is in the jacket so again under the stairs to go to work but when I had already gone down twelve steps I realize that what I thought was the wallet is actually a package of tobacco so I climb the 20 steps of the ladder until I reach my floor to take the wallet.
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What are family constellations?

"Children rarely or never dare to live a happier or more satisfying life than their parents. Without realizing that they remain faithful to the unspoken family traditions that work invisibly. Family Constellations are a way to discover the underlying family ties and the forces that have been unconsciously taken over several generations.
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