halo effect


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halo effect

[′hā·lō i‚fekt]
(industrial engineering)
A tendency when rating a person in regard to a specific trait to be influenced by a general impression or by another trait of the person.
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Not zoomed in, the sun itself is a very small part of the picture, the dark circle is just a crazy halo effect,' zhx said.
For example, Wood Daly said, one congregation in Toronto's Bloor and Yonge area was found to have a halo effect of about $1.
Edward Thorndike first observed the halo effect in 1920 via a paper called "The Constant Error in Psychological Ratings," which analyzed military officer rankings of subordinates.
The halo effect is so strong that once we have developed an initial impression, we begin to assume things about another person's character that we have not yet observed, according to Kahneman.
TV has a halo effect on the ROI of short-form video, search, and display.
The halo effect is "the tendency to like (or dislike) everything about a person - including things you have not observed" - based on one trait or experience with them.
Now, JAVELIN has released state of EMV cardholders: opportunities to capitalize on the halo effect, which provides a diagnostic snapshot of the state of cardholder awareness of EMV, and looks at the differences (and similarities) between EMV cardholders and non-EMV cardholders.
It is aimed at giving Ford a showpiece of style and engineering that it hopes will bathe its lower-end cars in panache -- the so-called halo effect.
The drizzle effect of rain or the soothing halo effect on walls needs to be seen and experienced, but will surely be talked about.
com) THE HALO BRAID ORIGINALLY created for the Erdem catwalk by Charles Worthington, the Halo Braid can be worn loose with lots of flyaways to create the halo effect, or taut and tame for a sleeker feel.
In short, the study said, because the halo effect of attractiveness is stronger for women (whereby good looks translate to other perceived positive attributes) people aren't used to thinking about what a smart woman looks like.
The Python Gallery at Royal Middlehaven House in Gosford Street is opening its latest exhibition, Halo Effect, which runs until April 17.