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A list of 'effects' that have been noticed in the field of psychology. * Audience effect * Ambiguity effect * Assembly bonus effect * Baader-Meinhof effect * * Barnum effect * Bezold effect * Birthday-number effect * Boomerang effect * Bouba/kiki effect * Bystander effect * Cheerleader effect * Cinderella effect * Cocktail party effect * Contrast effect * Coolidge effect * Crespi effect * Cross-race effect * Curse of knowledge * Dunning–Kruger effect * Einstellung effect * Empathy gap * Endowment effect * False-consensus effect * False-uniqueness effect * False-fame effect * Fan effect * Framing effect * Florence Nightingale effect * Flynn effect * Focusing effect * Generation effect * * Golem effect * Google effect * Halo effect * Hawthorne effect

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  • A list of 'effects' that have been noticed in the field of psychology. * Audience effect * Ambiguity effect * Assembly bonus effect * Baader-Meinhof effect * * Barnum effect * Bezold effect * Birthday-number effect * Boomerang effect * Bouba/kiki effect * Bystander effect * Cheerleader effect * Cinderella effect * Cocktail party effect * Contrast effect * Coolidge effect * Crespi effect * Cross-race effect * Curse of knowledge * Dunning–Kruger effect * Einstellung effect * Empathy gap * Endowment effect * False-consensus effect * False-uniqueness effect * False-fame effect * Fan effect * Framing effect * Florence Nightingale effect * Flynn effect * Focusing effect * Generation effect * * Golem effect * Google effect * Halo effect * Hawthorne effect * Hedonic treadmill * Hostile media effect * Hypersonic effect * Irrelevant speech effect * Kappa effect * * Kewpie doll effect * Kinetic depth effect * Kuleshov Effect * Lady Macbeth effect * Lake Wobegon effect * Lawn dart effect * Levels-of-processing effect * Less-is-better effect * Martha Mitchell effect * Matthew effect (education) * McCollough effect * McGurk effect * Mere-exposure effect * Microwave auditory effect * Misinformation effect * Missing letter effect * Modality effect * * * Munchausen syndrome * Name-letter effect * Naive realism (psychology) * Negativity effect * Novelty effect * Numerosity adaptation effect * Observer-expectancy effect * Out-group homogeneity effect * Overconfidence effect * Overjustification effect * * Peltzman effect * Perruchet effect * Picture superiority effect * Placebo effect * Pluralistic ignorance * Positivity effect * Pratfall effect * Precedence effect * Primacy effect * * Pseudocertainty effect * Purkinje effect * Pygmalion effect * Rashomon effect * Recency effect * Rhyme-as-reason effect * Ringelmann effect * * * Self-reference effect * Serial position effect * Simon effect * Sleeper effect * Spacing effect * Spotlight effect * Stockholm syndrome * Stroop effect * Subadditivity effect * Subject-expectancy effect * Tamagotchi effect * Telescoping effect * Testing effect * Tetris effect * Thatcher effect * Ventriloquism effect * Venus effect * Von Restorff effect * Wagon-wheel effect * Well travelled road effect * Werther effect * Westermarck effect * Word frequency effect * Word superiority effect * Worse-than-average effect * Zeigarnik effect (en)
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  • A list of 'effects' that have been noticed in the field of psychology. * Audience effect * Ambiguity effect * Assembly bonus effect * Baader-Meinhof effect * * Barnum effect * Bezold effect * Birthday-number effect * Boomerang effect * Bouba/kiki effect * Bystander effect * Cheerleader effect * Cinderella effect * Cocktail party effect * Contrast effect * Coolidge effect * Crespi effect * Cross-race effect * Curse of knowledge * Dunning–Kruger effect * Einstellung effect * Empathy gap * Endowment effect * False-consensus effect * False-uniqueness effect * False-fame effect * Fan effect * Framing effect * Florence Nightingale effect * Flynn effect * Focusing effect * Generation effect * * Golem effect * Google effect * Halo effect * Hawthorne effect (en)
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  • List of psychological effects (en)
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