Psych M.D.-Mere Exposure Effect

Term: Mere Exposure Effect
Definition (Myers): the phenomenon that repeated exposure to novel stimuli increases liking of them
Definition (alternative): In psychology there's a phenomenon known as the Mere Exposure Effect. It basically states that the more we are exposed to something the more we come to like it. The Mere Exposure Effect
Contextual explanation:
The mere exposure effect is greatly related to proximity, or how often people meet and see each other. This is the phenomenon that says that we are likely to like something more if we see it many times.

Music: White-Maximilian Hecker

Related terms and concepts:
Proximity -geographical nearness
Psych M.D.-Mere Exposure Effect - The Neuron

Related websites:
Mere Exposure Effect
The Role of Affect in the Mere Exposure Effect

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