Question: The halo effect is a phenomenon that occurs when people evaluate each other in the process of communication. In a negative sense, this effect manifests itself in the downplaying of the merits of one person by another, caused by some kind of prejudice.
This is very important in the course of integral education where people of different social levels, nationalities, and gender identity meet. Such differences initially suggest some kind of bias. Where to start? How do you come to a common denominator?
Answer: This is a purely psychological problem. But gradually it becomes spiritual. Therefore, we need to talk about this with each other, control ourselves, and feel where we are coming from in order to make some decisions, views, and opinions.
Question: Is not dealing with prejudices that have been around for thousands of years a big problem?
Answer: It all depends on the environment. If it constantly shows you an example of how to be objective, you can overcome these prejudices.
From KabTV’s “Communication Skills” 9/25/20