Why self report on supermarket visits are not representing buying intentions
Dr. Stephen Sands, of Sands Research, talked at the Neuromarketing World Forum
about the results of his teams research on consumer behavior in supermarkets. The research involved using a mobile EEG technique in combination with eye tracking in a real supermarket environment. Sands' research illustrates the flaws in self reported buying intentions, demonstrating that people aren't as focused on the one product
Job Board on Neuromarketing
they need as they claim. Watch the full video here
to learn what brands should do to seduce consumers in a supermarket environment.
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