has been identified as a salient variable in persuasive communications (Chaiken, 1987; Hovland et al., 1953; McCroskey & Young, 1981; Ohanian, 1990, 1991; Pornpitakpan, 2004), and even children as young as three or four have been shown to evaluate source credibility
(Mills, 2013; Landrum, Eaves, & Shafto, 2015).
You must consistently work to build your credibility
over the course of your career.
Contrarily, other scholars argue that only physical beauty is not the only important feature, rather credibility
of the celebrity is equally essential.
She said the police should leave the investigatory obligation of economic crimes to the commission and the DPP because of its [police service's] poor credibility
Moreover, many Internet credibility
studies use controlled experiments to predict credibility
perceptions with particular source cues as heuristics for information processing (Metzger, Flanagin & Medders, 2010; Sundar & Hastall, 2006).
There are four crucial "Credibility
Habits" A successful and sustainable career or business is built on established and reinforced credibility
With the addition of nbkc, Credibility
Capital expands its roster of bank buyers for A-paper whole commercial loans.
Just as credibility
is a key component of trust, it's a vital element of effective leadership.
The Latin root of the word credibility
is "credere," which means "to believe." Sure, it's very easy to believe a cell biologist speaking about CHO cells, because she's published 6 papers dealing with the subject.
This has resulted in an incredibly fragmented media environment composed of transnational and domestic Arab satellite news channels competing for credibility
in the eyes of Arab audiences across the region.
of Napoles in that detention case does not affect her credibility
or the credibility
of the witnesses for that matter,' Morales said.
Establishing and Evaluating Digital Ethos and Online Credibility