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Methods in Consumer Research, Volume 1

New Approaches to Classic Methods

Gebonden Engels 2018 9780081020890
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Methods for Consumer Research, Volume One: New Approaches to Classic Methods brings together world leading experts in global consumer research who provide a fully comprehensive state-of-the-art coverage of advances in the classical methods of consumer science. The book touches on the latest developments in qualitative techniques, including coverage of both focus groups and social media, while also focusing on liking, a fundamental principle of consumer science, consumer segmentation, and the influence of extrinsic product characteristics, such as packaging and presentation on consumer liking.

In conjunction with the second volume, which covers alternative approaches and special applications, this book is an invaluable reference for academics working in the fields of in-sensory and consumer science, psychology, marketing and nutrition. And, with examples of the methodology being applied throughout, it serves as a practical guide to research and development managers in both food and non-food companies.




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<p>Part One: Introduction 1. Recent advances in consumer research 2. Complexity of consumer perception</p> <p>Part Two: Qualitative Techniques 3. New approaches to focus groups 4. Projective techniques 5. Using Ethnography in Consumer Research 6. Application of social media for consumer research</p> <p>Part Three: Liking and Beyond 7. Product performance optimization 8. Consumer-based methodologies for sensory characterization 9. Dynamics of consumer perception 10. Repeated exposure 11. Affect-based discrimination methods 12. Emotional response to products 13. Conceptual associations 14. Nudging</p> <p>Part Four: Consumer Segmentation 15. Statistical approaches for consumer segmentation 16. Including context in consumer segmentation: a literature overview shows the what, why and how 17. Oral processing, implications for consumer choice and preferences 18. Consumer Segmentation Based on Genetic Variation in Taste and Smell</p> <p>Part Five: Influence of Extrinsic Product Characteristics 19. Expectations- blind/informed testing 20. Conjoint analysis in sensory and consumer science: Principles, applications and future perspectives 21. Credence 22. Information Display Matrix 23. Experimental economics to evaluate consumer preferences </p>

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