Author: E. Scott Maynes
Publisher: National Consumer Council (1982)
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Prestel in use: A consumer view. London: National Consumer Council. Consumer information systems and consumer policy. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.
Prestel in use: A consumer view. Thorelli, H. Becker, . & Engledow, J. (1975). Informationssamhället nästa! (Next stop: The information society).
Decision-Making for Consumers: An Introduction to Consumer Economics. Maynes, E. Scott was born on October 6, 1922 in Meriden, Connecticut, United States. Son of Edwin and E. Janet (Scott) Maynes. 83001/?tag prabook0b-20. Bachelor of Science, Springfield College, 1947; Master of Arts, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1949; Doctor of Philosophy, University Michigan, 1956.
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Truly denotes that consumers would choose under FU/FI conditions where FU/FI denotes full understanding/full information of the product and the particular market. In other words, they will choose a variety (brand-model combination) or specimen ( combination) of a product that gives them the quality they want, at the lowest possible cost. Under this assumption, the consumer has selected the variety that truly matches his preferences. There is no reason to change.
Prestel in use. a consumer view. Published 1982 by . Prestel, Evaluation, Television display systems. Photocopy of original issued: London : National Consumer Council, 1982. Includes bibliographical references.
But more recently, American companies have become more open about their use of neuromarketing. There have been no large-scale studies, so scans of a handful of subjects may not be a reliable guide to consumer behaviour in general
But more recently, American companies have become more open about their use of neuromarketing. There have been no large-scale studies, so scans of a handful of subjects may not be a reliable guide to consumer behaviour in general. Of course, focus groups and surveys are flawed too: strong personalities can steer the outcomes of focus groups, and people do not always tell opinion pollsters the truth.
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