London, For those who believe, the name is the prayer of parents so do not carelessly call people with weird nicknames. A new study suggests, students who are called by the name of Beth and Josh tend to grow into the most mischievous child in the class.
One observer of behavior in Britain, Dr Pam Spurr acknowledges that without realizing someone has certain expectations when calling a name. For example, if the person had a good experience with the owner of the name Abigail and Jacob, he would expect good things from other people who also have the name.
According to Dr. Pam, traditional names that have been rooted in the culture of a region usually contains positive expectations despite sounding old or obsolete. The owner’s name, also unconsciously influenced by these expectations so that their behavior tends to become more positive.
Instead the names are short or short of only one syllable will provide strong character for the owner. In class, students who are called Beth, or Josh for example, grow into the most mischievous students in class because of the negative expectations of the call.
Therefore, Dr Pam encourage teachers and parents to not get used to shorten the name of the student as a nickname. Calling with a more original name gave positive expectations, such as Joshua, which means God or Elizabeth was saved, which means fate or God’s promises.
Quoted from The Sun, Sunday (6/12/2010), the following is ranked the names of students who tend to call most mischievous and most pious in its class according to a study in the UK.
Nickname most naughty girls
Nickname boys’ most mischievous
Nickname girls best
Nickname boys’ best
Research on effects of the name of a person’s life not just this time conducted by scientists in Europe. Some time ago, Lloyd’s Pharmacy released the results of research that links a person’s name with the risk of heart attack.
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