@Professor X- I don't know that you even need to be told that your studpid: Look at this research by Robert Rosenthal, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Riverside
In the late 1960s, Rosenthal had the teachers in one elementary school give their students a test that was supposed to predict which students were destined to dramatically grow their I.Q. score during the school year. After the tests were collected, Rosenthal picked at random a small group of students to be labeled ?academic spurters.
Rosenthal told the teachers that students identified as ?academic spurters? were certain to grow their I.Q. over the next year. Let?s be clear here, these students were chosen at random, so this claim was completely imaginary. At the end of the school year, Rosenthal retested every student?s I.Q. in the school and found that the students labeled as ?academic spurters? had their I.Q.s rise an average of 12 points, while the rest of the student body only saw an 8 point increase. Teachers were tricked into believing their students were destined for academic growth and grow they did.