Halo effect lets one perceive another as more correct because they have other qualities.

The perception of one positive quality, such as attractiveness, can cause a bias that the individual has positive traits in other unrelated areas, such as planning ability. This is a type of an anchoring bias.rS3

  1. Jeff Sutherland, Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time, First Edition (New York: Crown Business, 2014). (See notes.)