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Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice

by Flemming Hansen

  • 200 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Copenhagen Business School Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consumer issues,
  • Consumer Behavior - General,
  • Marketing - Research,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Advertising,
  • Consumer behavior,
  • Psychological aspects,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages462
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13426132M
    ISBN 108763001985
    ISBN 109788763001984

      Emotional Branding vs. Emotional Advertising. Although it may seem self-explanatory, emotional advertising is a complex practice and when done incorrectly can leave your audience feeling confused. With careful consideration and use of emotional appeal, however, emotional advertising can be highly effective. consumer emotion management? Emotional Advertising: To influence consumer attitude and behavior, advertising is a popular marketing tool 2. Advertising appeal is done to capture consumers’ attention and influence consumers’ attitude and emotions about a particular product or service 3. As people grow, they dedicate more assets to and take.

      The first comprehensive book on advertising effectiveness, Understanding Effective Advertising reviews over 50 years of research in the fields of advertising, marketing, consumer behavior, and psychology. It covers all aspects of advertising and its effect on sales, including sales elasticity, carryover effects, content effects, and effects of. They examine emotions that vary by valence (positive, negative, and mixed) as well as emotions that are more hedonic versus those that rely on higher order self-conscious processes to arise. These studies also suggest new ways to distinguish among emotions and to assess their usefulness to consumers, by considering the emotion’s temporal frame.

      Emotional Advertising. When a consumer trusts you, they know that you’ll do right by them. They are subjective and personal, and guide the choices you make in every aspect of your life.   Emotional marketing tells a story that connects with an audience in a human or personal way. With consumers increasingly making buying decisions driven by feelings rather than logic, emotional.


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Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice by Flemming Hansen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice focuses on recent neurological or psychological insights - originating from brain scanning or neurological experiments - on basic emotional processes in the brain and their role in controlling human behavior. These insights are translated by the authors to cover the behavior of ordinary individuals in Cited by: Buy Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice from This book is aimed at readers interested in advanced consumer behaviour theories both graduate students in their final year and practitioners with an MBA or similar background.

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both graduate students in their final year and practitioners with an MBA or similar background. Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice focuses on recent neurological or psychological insights â?. originating from brain scanning or neurological experiments â?.

on basic emotional processes in the brain and. This book is must reading for consumer researchers and serious practitioners as well as advanced students of consumer behavior and advertising."Harold H. Kassarjian, Professor Emeritus, UCLA, USA"A most comprehensive and analytic book on the study of emotions in consumer choice validated by empirical research!Author: Flemming Hansen.

Get this from a library. Emotions, advertising and consumer choice. [Flemming Hansen; Sverre Riis Christensen] -- "Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice focuses on recent neurological and psychological insights - originating from brain scanning or neurological experiments - on basic emotional.

1. Introduction. Hansen Emotions Christensen's () book provides an interesting basis to make salient some relevant discussions regarding the role of emotions in consumer decisions.

Advertising and Consumer Choice book the present essay, I not only make a critical review of the book contents, but also pick from it a few issues that deserve special attention and motivate further by: 1. The book looks at these developments in the light of traditional cognitive theories of consumer choice and it discusses the im-plications for advertising and other communication testing.

This book is aimed at readers interested in advanced consumer behaviour theories, both graduate students in their final year and practitioners with an MBA or.

PART I - Emotions in Consumer Choice 15 CHAPTER I: The Origin of Consumer Choice Theory 17 1. Marketing Theory 17 2. Early Consumer Behaviour Research 18 3.

Consumer Behaviour as a Discipline 20 4. The Content of the Present Book 21 5. The Aim of the Book 23 Overview 24 CHAPTER II: Consumer Behaviour and Cognitions 29 A Consumer Behaviour Consumers' emotions have a significant influence on purchase and consumption decisions for a wide variety of products.

A good example of this phenomenon can be found in the candy and snack market. Advertising research reveals that the consumer's emotional response to an ad has a far greater influence on their reported intent to buy a product than does the ad’s content—by a.

considered in traditional consumer choice mediating role of consumer emotions, Psychology and Marketing, 14(4), the authors show that consumers' emotional receptivity can be. Emotions, advertising and consumer choice Flemming Hansen og Sverre Riis Christensen Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice focuses on recent neurological and psychological in-sights - originating from brain scanning or neurological experiments - on basic emotional processes in the brain and their role in controlling human behaviour.

Most people think the choices they make are rational and well deliberated. Yet, in reality, our emotions are the main drivers behind our decisions and consumer choices. There are two types of emotions that influence our decisions. Immediate emotions. Emotions we experience while making a decision are immediate emotions.

Storytelling. Narratives and storytelling engage consumers’ subconscious and create an emotional connection with the brand and the story. Another very popular Olympics ad that utilized storytelling to engage the viewer is Gatorade’s “The Boy Who Learned To Fly” — an animated short film about Usain Bolt’s life and his connection to his mother.

How to Use Emotions in Marketing. So how can these emotions help with getting your content out there. We love to play up how complex our evolutionarily advanced brains are, but research from the University of Glasgow suggests that in reality all of our modern emotions stem from 4 core feelings; happy, sad, afraid/surprised, and angry/disgusted.

These are the emotions that enabled us to. This book is aimed at readers interested in advanced consumer behavior theories - both graduate students in their final year and practitioners with an MBA or similar background. Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice focuses on recent neurological or psychological insights - Author: Sverre Christensen.

Book essay on Flemming Hansen and Sverre Riis Christensen (), Emotions, advertising and consumer choice Author links open overlay panel Carlos A. Trujillo Show moreCited by: 1.

The use of emotions in advertising is crucial to advertising success As a result, it is more important than ever for businesses to be attuned to the emotions of their target audiences.

In fact, one of the biggest threats to your marketing efforts is not knowing how your customers feel about the. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Emotions, Advertising and Consumer Choice at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.

A study by SMITH, an experiential commerce agency, found that there are up to 8 different emotional mindsets that influence how consumers make decisions to shop and buy.

While some shoppers remain in a single emotional mindset throughout most of their buying journey, others tend to shift between several emotional mindsets more frequently. The hallmark of these campaigns was their focus on emotions; almost 80% of creatively awarded IPA campaigns were primarily emotional in nature.

Nielsen recently came out in support of emotional advertising in their study ‘ Emotions Give a Lift to Advertising’ (), a study of ads across 25 brands in FMCG. Using their. Emotion can be a powerful catalyst in marketer’s attempts to formulate potent advertising.

When properly used, emotions can help facilitate consumers’ understanding and acceptance of an. Her research focuses on consumer emotions, retail advertising and consumer health and welfare issues.

Sindy Chapa. Sindy Chapa (PhD from the University of Texas Pan American) is an Assistant Professor and Associate Director of the Center for the Study of Latino Media and Markets at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Texas State.