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You could be in for a miserable evening if you decide to meet up with her.
First impressions can also be influenced by the second phenomenon, known as "assumed similarity bias." The term is pretty self-explanatory.
First impressions, then, can lead others to conclude that we're great (as in the positive halo effect) or boorish (as in the assumed similarity bias).
The first of the first impressions is known as the "halo effect." The first thing you learn about someone influences everything else you learn about that person.She describes the cousin as "Charming, witty, smart, artistic, moody and a bit flamboyant but also moody." Hmm, sounds like someone you'd like to meet because she could be a lot of fun.