anchoring definition

  • noun:
    • The propensity of men and women to put later refined answers to confirmed concern near to the initially estimated answer, giving unduly weight towards the initial solution, such as modifying the first estimation of "20percent" to "30per cent" when "90%" will be more appropriate.
    • The tendency of men and women to place later refined responses to certain concern near to the initially believed response, offering unduly fat towards the preliminary answer, particularly modifying the initial estimate of "20per cent" to "30per cent" when "90per cent" will be more appropriate.
  • verb:
    • provide participle of anchor.
    • provide participle of anchor.

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