Barnum effect Individuals’ acceptance that vague and generalised descriptions of personality that apply to almost all individuals are an accurate reflection of their own personality
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Barnum effect refers to the tendency to consider a personal description accurate if it is stated in very general terms. It is a term applied in cases where statements that appear to be valid self-descriptions in actuality characterize almost everybody.
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