For the 25 congregations, the total halo effect
came to $73 million, according to the study.
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
" report highlights a few findings, including these two:
Pitfalls of the halo effect
are especially apparent when auditors evaluate information about clients (and members of client management) in a somewhat arbitrary order.
TV has a halo effect
on the ROI of short-form video, search, and display.AM/FM radio has a similar halo effect
on media plans.
Viewers will be treated to a beautiful halo effect
as the earth, sun and moon align.
The coverage of his sad passing will have a halo effect
on a totally new generation.
TEHRAN (FNA)- In "Thinking, Fast and Slow," psychologist Daniel Kahneman introduces the concept of "exaggerated emotional coherence," or what you've probably come to know as the "halo effect
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.
Sebastian Shaper Zero Gravity, PS16.50 (www.regissalons.co.uk) Wella SP Luxe Light Oil Spray, PS13.50 (www.lookfantastic.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.