likeableness


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lik·a·ble

also like·a·ble  (lī′kə-bəl)
adj.
Pleasing; attractive.

lik′a·ble·ness, like′a·ble·ness n.
Translations

likeableness

[ˈlaɪkəblnɪs] Nsimpatía f

likeableness

(Brit), likableness
nliebenswertes Wesen; there’s a certain lik(e)ableness about himer hat etwas Sympathisches or Liebenswertes an sich
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(2001) Sincerity, excitement, competence, peacefulness Sincerity, excitement, peacefulness, passion Sung and Tinkham (2005) Likeableness, trendiness, competence, traditionalism Likeableness, trendiness, competence, traditionalism Jeon and Shin (2011) Friendly/honest/lively, competent /attractive/sophisticated Y.
McGregor as adult Robin is positively delightful and he infuses each scene with his likeableness, which distracts the viewer from the fact that Robin isn't all that very interesting as a grown-up.
The formula of an ordinary child in a magical world is a tried and tested one and works well here, especially for younger readers, because of Archie's unassuming likeableness and the camaraderie of the children.
Explicit persuasive intent and its impact on success at persuasion: The determining roles of attractiveness and likeableness. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 16, 249-259.
Accordingly, social desirability informs us of the "likeableness" we can attribute to others in their relationships with others.
(2.) Personal warmth and likeableness are considered important character traits by only a few scholarly studies (Campbell 1983; Funk 1996a; Funk 1996b; Sullivan et al.