If you don't have anything nice to say

July 1998
Mothering;Jul/Aug98, Issue 89, p36
Identifies the psychological phenomenon that affects how people form impressions of others. How people attribute positive or negative traits to someone else; Application of the phenomenon in the public's reaction to participants in a White House scandal.


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