You are referring to this post:
Well, I do know that people do tend to internalize the beliefs of others.
For example, there was experiment where students were given a card describing their substitute professor.
One half got a card saying “He is … people say he’s a bit COLD…”
And the other half “He is … people say he’s a bit WARM…”
Just based on that one word, the students had drastic opinions over him. The “cold” side of the classroom basically said he sucks, and that they would never want to have him as an actual professor, while the “warm” side said he was great and friendly.
While this phenomenon is true it isn’t what applies here. The correct effect would be the mere exposure effect. That is the more you are exposed to something the more you like it.
Np! I do what i can