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Pollyanna effect

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mere exposure effect

mere exposure effect  

The tendency for repeated exposure to a stimulus to be sufficient to enhance an observer's liking for it or attitude towards it. The effect was first referred to by the German philosopher, physician, ...
trait negativity bias

trait negativity bias  

A tendency for unfavourable information about a person to have more impact on impressions of that person than favourable information, so that, for example, even a single unfavourable comment in an ...

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