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The cognitive bias is a pattern in perception, interpretation, or judgment that consistently leads to the individual misunderstanding something about themselves or their social environment, making a poor choice or acting irrationally. The term "halo" is used in analogy with the religious concept: a glowing circle crowning the heads of saints in countless medieval and Renaissance paintings, bathing the saint's face in heavenly light.
The observer may be subject to overestimating the worth of the observed by the presence of a quality that adds light on the whole like a halo. In other words, observers tend to bend their judgement according to one patent characteristic of the person the "halo" or a few of his traits  , generalizing towards a judgement of that person's character e.
The effect works in both positive and negative directions and is hence sometimes called the horns and halo effect. If the observer likes one aspect of something, they will have a positive predisposition toward everything about it.
If the observer dislikes one aspect of something, they will have a negative predisposition toward everything about it. A person's attractiveness has also been found to produce a halo effect.
Attractiveness provides a valuable aspect of the halo effect to consider because of its multifaceted nature; attractiveness may be influenced by several specific traits. Physical attributes contribute to perceptions of attractiveness e.
For example, someone who is perceived as attractive, due in part to physical traits, may be more likely to be perceived as kind or intelligent. The role of attractiveness in producing the halo effect has been illustrated through a number of studies. Recent research, for example, has revealed that attractiveness may affect perceptions tied to life success and personality. Included in the personality variables were trustworthiness and friendliness.
What this suggests is that perceptions of attractiveness may influence a variety of other traits, which supports the concept of the halo effect. Besides that, another popular example used when referring to the halo effect is the phenomenon called the attractiveness stereotype. Sixty students, thirty males and thirty females from the University of Minnesota took part in the experiment.
Each subject was given three different photos to examine: one of an attractive individual, one of an individual of average attractiveness, and one of an unattractive individual. Participants were then asked to predict the overall happiness the photos' subjects would feel for the rest of their lives, including marital happiness least likely to get divorced , parental happiness most likely to be a good parent , social and professional happiness most likely to experience life fulfillment , and overall happiness.
Finally, participants were asked if the subjects would hold a job of high status, medium status, or low status. Participants, however, believed that attractive individuals would be worse parents than both average attractive and unattractive individuals. Sixty male undergraduate students rated the quality of essays which included both well and poorly written samples.
One third were presented with a photo of an attractive female as author, another third with that of an unattractive female as author, and the last third were shown neither. On average most of the participants gave significantly better writing evaluations for the more attractive author.
On a scale of 1 to 9, the well-written essay by the attractive author received an average of 6. The gap was larger on the poor essay: the attractive author received an average of 5. Over photographs of Caucasian British college students were rated for perceived intelligence. The photographs that were scored lowest in perceived intelligence were used to create a low-intelligence composite face and those photographs that were scored highest in perceived intelligence were used to create a high-intelligence composite face.
Both female and male faces of high- and low- perceived intelligence were created, resulting in four groups of composite faces. Participants for the study were recruited online; female and 92 male heterosexual residents of the UK rated each of the composite faces for intelligence and attractiveness. Of the female composites, attractiveness seemed to be controlled as both the high- and low- perceived intelligence groups were rated as equally attractive.
However, of the male face composites, the high-perceived intelligence group was rated as significantly more attractive than the low-perceived intelligence group, suggesting that either the authors could not adequately control for the attractiveness halo effect for the male composite photographs or that intelligence is an integral factor of attractiveness in high-intelligence male faces.
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