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Consumer Neuroscience

Consumer Neuroscience

Detail Book : Consumer Neuroscience written by Philip Kotler, published by MIT Press which was released on 16 November 2017. Download Consumer Neuroscience Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. Foreword / Philip Kotler -- Introduction to consumer neuroscience / Manuel Garcia-Garcia, Moran Cerf, and Ana Iorga -- Brain physiology and anatomy / Yuping Chen, Ming Hsu, and Moran Cerf -- Sensation and perception / Irit Shapira-Lichter and Moran Cerf -- Methods / Moran Cerf -- Attention / Manuel Garcia-Garcia -- Memory / Ingrid LC Nieuwenhuis -- Emotions / Carl Marci and Brendan Murray -- Appendix to chapter 7 -- Attention and emotion / Giovanni Vecchiato, Patrizia Cherubino, Arianna Trettel, and Fabio Babiloni -- Decision making / Moran Cerf -- The brain's reward system : a marketer's guide to the biological basis of pleasure / Neal J. Roese, Hans Melo, Thalia Vrantsidis, and William A. Cunningham -- Customer-based brand equity : insights from consumer neuroscience / Ming Hsu -- Pricing / Hirak Parikh, Davide Baldo, and Kai-Markus Muller -- Social marketing applications for consumer neuroscience / Dante M. Pirouz -- Using the knowledge from neuroscience to make business predictions / Moran Cerf -- Implications of consumer neuroscience in market research / David Brandt -- Ethics in consumer neuroscience / Julia Trabulsi, Maria Cordero, Daniela Somarriba, and Manuel Garcia-Garcia -- Future of consumer neuroscience / Kimberly Rose Clark -- Index -- Contributors

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Author : Philip Kotler
Release Date : 16 November 2017
Publisher : MIT Press
Rating : 4/5 (from 21 users)
Pages : 368
ISBN : 0262036592
Format : PDF, ePUB, KF8, PDB, MOBI, Tuebl
Consumer Neuroscience

Consumer Neuroscience

Foreword / Philip Kotler -- Introduction to consumer neuroscience / Manuel Garcia-Garcia, Moran Cerf, and Ana Iorga -- Brain physiology and anatomy / Yuping Chen, Ming Hsu, and Moran Cerf -- Sensation and perception / Irit Shapira-Lichter and Moran Cerf -- Methods / Moran Cerf -- Attention / Manuel Garcia-Garcia -- Memory / Ingrid LC Nieuwenhuis --

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Introduction to Neuromarketing   Consumer Neuroscience

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