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 The Halo Effect, discovered by the psychologist E. Thorndike, refers to the human tendency to attribute all kinds of positive traits to people we admire.

As the Yiddish proverb says "If I were wealthy, I would be handsome and a good dancer also."

In French, "Et dans l'objet aimé, tout leur devient aimable." (And in the loved person, everything becomes lovable.")

This is also strongly linked to the hardwearing theme of "news always after numbers."


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