Framing Effect

The Framing effect means that you decide on options based on whether the options are presented with positive or negative connotations.

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What is the framing effect?

It means that you decide on options based on whether the options are presented with positive or negative connotations.

Example in the hiring process.

Hiring managers may ask questions based on the Framing Effect in a way such that candidate knows exactly how to direct their answers. Thus, making the candidate answer in a socially desirable way.

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