goldilocks effect 请解释一下这个效应
The Goldilocks principle is derived from a children's story "The Three Bears" in which a little girl named Goldilocks finds a house owned by three bears. Each bear has their own preference of food and beds. After testing all three examples of both items, Goldilocks determines that one of them is always too much in one extreme (too hot or too large), one is too much in the opposite extreme (too cold or too small), and one is "just right".
The Goldilocks principle states that something must fall within certain margins, as opposed to reaching extremes. When the effects of the principle are observed, it is known as the Goldilocks effect.
“金发姑娘原则”指出，凡事都需要有度，而能不需要 超越极限。按照这些 原则行事产生的效应就称为“金发姑娘效应”。
In astrobiology, the Goldilocks zone refers to the habitable zone around a star. In economics, a Goldilocks economy sustains moderate economic growth and low inflation.
Goldilocks Effect (金发女孩效应)
“金发姑娘原则”源自童话《金发姑娘和三只熊》的故事。金发姑娘发现了三只熊的房子，每只熊全部都是我本人喜欢的食物和床。在挨个尝试过三只熊的食物和床后，金发姑娘发现三个小 要么很多/太热，三个小 要么太小/太凉，只三个小 是“然后好”。