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In a self-fulfilling prophecy, the assertion was originally _____, and becomes _____.

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Curtis Rhodes on August 24, 2018

In a self-fulfilling prophecy, that the statement that was originally "false", and becomes "truth".In a self-fulfilling prophecy is a prediction that specifically or in a roundabout way makes it turned out to be valid, by the very terms of the prediction of the same, due to positive input between conviction and conduct. Robert K. Merton made this term in 1948, to portray a false sense of the circumstance to carry out other behavior, affects the initially false origination to be true.


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