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Context and Cognition in Consumer Psychology

- How Perception and Emotion Guide Action

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In Context and Cognition in Consumer Research, the leading scholar in the field of consumer behavior analysis, Gordon Foxall, summarizes a 30-year research journey to present the most thorough examination to date of the different paradigms within consumer psychology. The main thrust o... Læs mere

In Context and Cognition in Consumer Research, the leading scholar in the field of consumer behavior analysis, Gordon Foxall, summarizes a 30-year res... Læs mere

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In Context and Cognition in Consumer Research, the leading scholar in the field of consumer behavior analysis, Gordon Foxall, summarizes a 30-year research journey to present the most thorough examination to date of the different paradigms within consumer psychology. The main thrust of this research has been to establish the proper place of cognitive theories in the explanation of consumer choice, by building and testing to destruction a non-cognitive, behaviorist model of consumer behavior. The working assumption was that where this succeeded in predicting and explaining consumer behavior, there would be no need to posit cognitive causation, but where it failed it would be necessary to incorporate and evaluate cognitive constructs in the explanation and interpretation of consumer choice. Foxall discusses the areas of consumer choice which are genuinely elaborated by the behaviorist model but then examines its shortcomings and the need for an intentional account of choice and decision-making, and the implications that holds for the explaining and interpreting consumer behavior.He explores both the role of cognitive science in consumer research and the nature of cognitive psychology itself. The book concludes by discussing the implications of an intentional approach for our understanding of such subjects as consumers' attitudes and behavior, normal and addictive choices, innovative behaviors and brand choices. Context and Cognition in Consumer Research supplies an overview of behavioral and cognitive perspectives on consumer psychology that will be essential reading for researchers and students in the field, whether from a psychology or business and marketing background.

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