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  • n  a time immediately before the present
  • n  the property of having happened or appeared not long ago

  • When they try to recall the information, the thing they remember best is the last positive information they heard a phenomenon that researchers call the "recency effect" (and .
  • The first is recency bias, a tendency to place a disproportionately large emphasis on recent price performance without sufficiently weighing other relevant facts, including long .
  • From my pysch classes I do remember a term used called: the recency effect which simply means we tend to remember the most recent occurrences to create decisions today.
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  • Ellis Park: Heavenly Landing still a force to be reckoned with
    At age 6, Heavenly Landing might seem on the other side of midnight, but hold that thought. A Pulpit mare, she still has the class and recency to prevail under the right circumstances, and her presence figures to be felt Saturday in the $50,000 Ellis Park Turf Stakes.
    July 4, 2013 - Daily Racing Form

  • Jim Mandich in Orlando Sentinel
    Well, they're motivated, not because of the recency effect of losing the last game (a 4-0 loss Tuesday at Vancouver), but they are the defending Stanley Cup champions, and they are not in a playoff position, like ourselves, and they expect to have... Mike Keenan Nov 29, 2007 81026 108906 recency Everybody has the recency theory that everything today is better than what came before it," Mandich said. "In a way, it's true. I embrace that."
  • Ignacio Bunye in
    Bunye said the survey had "biased questions, vulnerable to what the survey profession calls 'recency effect' or (respondents being biased against the incumbent and not being able to recall misdeeds by past administrations)."

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