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What is The Halo Effect
The halo effect is a result of the impact of the overall impression of something (a phenomenon, a man, a thing) on the perception of its particular features. An example is the impression that people with good look have great mental capacity.
In the management of personnel, halo effect is a source of error in the assessment of the individual. The observer uses a first impression or a memorable feature in the assessment of personality.
Edward Thorndike’s first experimental evidence led to the halo effect.
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