Brain lateralization and individual differences in people's reaction to mass communication

Date of publication: June 15, 1981


The present paper discusses recent findings regarding brain lateralization and its implications for the study of consumer behaviour. This research suggests a new view of the way in which consumers react to different media and creative solutions. It should be possible to identify individual differences in the extent to which people rely upon left or right brain informational processing.

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