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The mere exposure effect is defined as "the finding that individuals show an increased preference (or liking) for a stimulus as a consequence of repeated exposure to that stimulus."
How can you use the mere exposure effect to get people to like you? By letting them see you often. Turn your camera on during Zoom meetings. Comment on your friends' social media posts. Go to the gym at the same time every day to increase the odds of bumping into the same people.
Asking questions puts the focus on the other person, and lets them know you value their opinions and experiences.
Research shows that people who ask more questions during conversations are perceived as more responsive and are better liked by conversation partners.
Asking someone follow-up questions about something they told you is particularly effective because it shows that you are listening and interesting in what they have to say.
People who smile are perceived as more competent and more attractive.
And people are more apt to like someone they consider attractive.
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