What is the expected effect?
The anticipation effect originated in a 1928 experiment by psychologist Timpok on monkeys. (For the specific content of the experiment, please refer to Baidu Encyclopedia)
Baidu Encyclopedia: The anticipation effect refers to the fact that the behavior of animals and humans is not affected by the direct results of their behavior, but by what results they expect their behavior to bring.
Universal Design Law: Anticipation effect refers to the effect of anticipation on later perceptions and behavior patterns of things.