(with specific attention given to page158-9

The folders do contain some possible mathematical topics to focus on, but (even for those topics) not contain enough information for a complete paper.

Note that she finished all of her requirements in 1949, but the next earliest graduation ceremony was in 1950. When she was alive, the convention was that she obtained her PhD in 1949 because she had fulfilled all of the requirements by then. Some 1999 references change the PhD received date to 1950, due to 1999 conventions, and refer to her as the second African-American woman PhD in math. Yet, in 1949, her PhD date was considered to be 1949 and so she is certainly still one of the 1st two African-American women PhDs in math.

Thanks to Dawn Wheeler at AWM for tracking down the last two references

-30 minute video CRM Film Productivity and the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: The Pygmalion Effect, and Instructor's Guide

-Pygmalion in the classroom; teacher expectation and pupils' intellectual development [by] Robert Rosenthal [and] Lenore Jacobson Publisher New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston [1968]

-Pygmalion in the classroom new edition 1992, with an addendum

-Pygmalion reconsidered; a case study in statistical inference: reconsideration of the Rosenthal-Jacobson data on teacher expectancy [by] Janet D. Elashoff and Richard E. Snow Publisher Worthington, Ohio, C. A. Jones Pub. Co. [c1971]