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A Constant Error in Psychological Ratings
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with Edward Lee Thorndike, 1874-1949, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 4 no. 1, March 1920, pp. 25-29 (District of Columbia: Journal of Applied Psychology, 1920, originally published 1920), 3 page(s)
with Edward Lee Thorndike, 1874-1949, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 4 no. 1, March 1920, pp. 25-29 (District of Columbia: Journal of Applied Psychology, 1920, originally published 1920), 3 page(s)
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The Halo Effect
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(2011),
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Explains halo effect and how most people are blind to it. People on the street are asked to make snap judgments of identically dressed tall and short men. They judge the tall man as wealthier and more successful.
(2011),
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The Halo Effect - Science of Attraction
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(2012),
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So many things can influence the decisions and judgments we make. In this Science of Attraction video for Channel 4, which is introduced by Derren Brown. Kat Akingbade and Charlie McDonnell investigate the Halo Effect and discover the impact it can have on first impressions and how others perceive you
(2012),
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The Picture-Choice Test As An Indirect Measure of Attitudes
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with Frances M. Carp, fl. 1959 and Gilbert DeRath, fl. 1959, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 43 no. 1, 1959, pp. 12-15 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Applied Psychology, 1959, originally published 1959), 4 page(s)
with Frances M. Carp, fl. 1959 and Gilbert DeRath, fl. 1959, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 43 no. 1, 1959, pp. 12-15 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Applied Psychology, 1959, originally published 1959), 4 page(s)
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The Predilection for Single Orderings
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with Clinton B. De Soto, fl. 1961, in Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, Vol. 62 no. 1, 1961, pp. 16-23 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1961, originally published 1961), 8 page(s)
with Clinton B. De Soto, fl. 1961, in Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, Vol. 62 no. 1, 1961, pp. 16-23 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1961, originally published 1961), 8 page(s)
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Reliability and Halo Effect of High School and College Students' Judgments of Their Teachers
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with H. H. Remmers, 1892-1969, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 18 no. 5, October 1934, pp, 619-630 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Applied Psychology, 1934, originally published 1934), 12 page(s)
with H. H. Remmers, 1892-1969, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 18 no. 5, October 1934, pp, 619-630 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association and Journal of Applied Psychology, 1934, originally published 1934), 12 page(s)
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Experimental Manipulation of the Halo Effect
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with Robert N. Vidulich and Donald M. Johnson, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 40 no. 2, April 1956, pp. 130-134 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 1956, originally published 1956), 5 page(s)
with Robert N. Vidulich and Donald M. Johnson, in Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 40 no. 2, April 1956, pp. 130-134 (District of Columbia: American Psychological Association, 1956, originally published 1956), 5 page(s)
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17. A Person in the World of People: Self and Other, Part II
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(2008),
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"This lecture begins with the second half of the discussion on social psychology. Students will learn about several important factors influencing how we form impressions of others, including our ability to form rapid impressions about people. This discussion focuses heavily upon stereotypes, including a discussion...
(2008),
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Classroom Activity 1: Halo Effect
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with Diane L. Finley (2013, originally published 2013),
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Students enjoy examining advertisements for the characteristics of the source, content, and target audience that have been found to influence the effectiveness of persuasive communications. Such an exercise may be implemented in various ways. Students may be asked to bring ads from the print media to class to demo...
with Diane L. Finley (2013, originally published 2013),
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Fair Trade Chocolate and the Halo Effect
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(2012),
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Can two little words -- "fair trade" -- make you think that some brands of chocolate are healthier than others? Cal State Northridge psychology professor Jonathon Schuldt, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Michigan and the University of Grenoble, attempted to answer that question in a study ana...
(2012),
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