Primacy effect

Primacy effect,

Definition of Primacy effect:

  1. Tendency of an employee performance evaluator or an interviewer to rely on early cues for the first impressions.

  2. The effect whereby, other things being equal, an object seen first tends to be remembered over and above any encountered subsequently.

How to use Primacy effect in a sentence?

  1. The primacy effect was theorized as a reason for the new employee to be hired after just one interview as everyone liked him.
  2. I knew that I might be ruined because I had been doing bad at the beginning and the primacy effect might be the end of me.
  3. You should try and focus on the primacy effect when you are doing an evaluation of your employees for the first itme.

Meaning of Primacy effect & Primacy effect Definition