MKTG 341 Chapter 4 Notes
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Chapter 4 Key Terms Consumer behavior: the actions a person takes in purchasing and using products and services Purchase decision process: the stages a buyer passes through in making choices about which products or services to buy Involvement: The personal. social, and economic significance of a purchase to the consumer Motivation: the energizing force that stimulates behavior to satisfy a need Personality: a persons consistent behavior or responses to recurring situations Perception: the process by which a person selects, organizes, and interprets information to create a meaningful picture of the world Perceived Risk: the anxiety felt when a consumer cannot anticipate possible negative outcomes of a purchase Brand Loyalty: A favorable attitude toward and consistent purchase of a single brand over time Attitude: a tendency to respond to something in a consistently favorable or unfavorable way Beliefs: a consumers perception of how a product or brand performs Opinion Leaders: Individuals who have social influence over others Word of Mouth: people influencing each other in personal conversations Reference Groups: people to whom an individual looks as a basis for selfappraisal or as a source of personal standards Family Life Cycle: a family progression from formation to retirement, each phase bringing with it distinct purchasing behavior Purchase Decision Process: 1. Problem recognition : Perceiving a need perceiving a difference between a persons ideal and actual situations big enough to trigger a decision 2. Information search : Seeking value Internal search: scan memory for previous experience with products or brands External search: personal sources, public sources, marketerdominated sources 3. Alternative evaluation: Assessing Value clarifies the problem for the consumer by: suggesting criteria to use for the purchase, yielding brand names that might meet the criteria, and developing consumer value perceptions Evaluative criteria: all the factors you consider when making a purchase Consideration set: the group of brands of which you are aware in the product class 4. Purchase decision: Buying Value Decision of from who to buy and when to buy 5. Postpurchase behavior: Value in Consumption or Use After buying a consumer compares it whit his or her expectations Cognitive dissonance: Felling of postpurchase psychological tension or anxiety Consumer Involvement Three Characteristics of highinvolvement 1. It is expensive 2. It can have serious personal consequences 3. It could reflect on ones social image Situational Influences the purchase task the reason for engaging in the decision social surroundings the other people present when a purchase decision is made physical surroundings decor, music, and crowding temporal effects time of day or the amount of time available antecedent states the consumers mood or amount of cash on hand Learning Behavioral Learning process of developing automatic responses to a situation built up through repeated exposure to it Drive: need that moves individual to action Cue: stimulus or symbol Response: action taken by a consumer to satisfy the drive Reinforcement: reward Cognitive learning Making connection between two or more ideas or simply observing the outcomes of others behaviors and adjusting your own accordingly Brand Loyalty A favorable attitude toward and consistent purchase of a single brand over time Attitude Change Marketers use three approaches to try to change consumer attitudes toward products and brands 1. Changing beliefs about the extent to which a brand has certain attributes 2. Changing the perceived importance of attributes 3. Adding new attributes to the product Family Influence Family influence on consumer behavior result from: Consumer socialization The process by which people acquire the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to function Children learn by interacting with adults in purchase situations and through their own purchasing and product usage experience The family life cycle The distinct phases that a family progresses through from formation to retirement, each phase bringing with it identifiable purchasing behaviors Family decision making Joint decision making: most decisions are made by both husband and wife Spouse dominant decision making: either the husband or wife is mostly responsible Roles of individual family members are another element of family decision making information gatherer influencer decision maker purchaser user
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