Millner, Ian
September 2002
Brand Strategy;Sep2002, Issue 163, p38
Trade Publication
Discusses the study conducted by the Berkeley, California-based University of California researchers focusing on the concept of impulse buying in the U.S. Background on the myth of impulse buying; Conditioned nature of consumer buying decisions; Implications for point-of-purchase advertising.


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