The brain's growing pain

Richards, Martyn
June 2005
Brand Strategy;Jun2005, Issue 193, p50
Trade Publication
Focuses on the need of marketers to understand the psychological development of young consumers. Factors affecting the brand choice of teenagers; Need of teenagers of extreme stimuli to achieve high level of brain activity; Preferences of young consumers. INSET: KEY LEARNINGS.


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