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Measuring potential virality of content

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'}This paper discusses the neurological understanding behind what makes a content click with the viewers and demonstrates how we can use new techniques such as EEG...

Catalogue: Congress 2019: The Global Data & Insights Summit
Author: Mahesh Agarwal
Company: PT. Neurosensum Technology International
September 8, 2019

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Hynopsis-derived techniques in market research

The authors present a new technique for conducting motivational research - known as "Relaxation Technique" (R.T.) - the theoretic assumptions of which are based on research into hypnosis and the states of consciousness it induces. After specifying...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1984: What We Have Learned From The Recession
Authors: Pranco Barbero, Graziella Messina
June 15, 1984

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Getting doctors to spill their guts

Physicians are notoriously difficult to interview deeply about their decision-making because they are extremely literal and left-brained. They are typically unable to explain their professional and emotional engagement in the disease process and...

Catalogue: Global Healthcare 2006
Authors: Patricia Sabena, Nicole Sabena Feagin
June 15, 2006

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New frontiers for neuroscience

Synaesthesia is the branch of neuroscience that studies anomalies of perception: subjects who have a multi-coloured vision by listening to a voice, or see numbers and letters in colour, hear a sound by looking pictures, etc. The objective of this...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2006
Author: Luigi Toiati
Company: Focus S.r.L.
October 8, 2006

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Veni Vidi Vici

Our paper seeks to demonstrate the effects and effectiveness of a synergistic usage of two powerful yet passive research tools: Ethnography and Neuroscience. This means in practice that as researchers, we are frequently asked to offer methodology and...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2007
Authors: Neil McPhee, Peter Laybourne
Company: Fathom International Ltd
November 12, 2007

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Research 3.0

This paper describes the philosophy -the rational investigation of applying Neuroscience and Psychotherapy in market research. The authors postulate that ancient wisdom and modern science can be applied to develop a research model that taps into the...

Catalogue: Insights 2011: A New World Order In Shopper Marketing
Authors: Lana Novikova, Corrine Sandler
Company: Fresh Intelligence
March 1, 2011

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The science of engagement

How do consumers interact with different forms of news content online? How engaged are users to various forms of native content, which is now an $8 billion industry? BBC's Science of Engagement research aims to answer these burning questions for...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2016: Get Connected!
Authors: Sally Wu, Patrick Fagan, Andrew Tenzer
May 19, 2016

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Models and myths of brain lateralization

We review this work and identify what we feel is a reasonable stance in generalizing to normal people. Then we address a key issue underlying marketers' interpretations of hemispheric lateralization phenomena. Specifically, we are interested in...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1984: What We Have Learned From The Recession
Authors: Niels Erik Lundsgaard, Flemming Hansen, Jerry C. Olson, William J. Ray
June 15, 1984

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Opening the black box

Over the past 5-10 years, neuroscience in general, and biometric tools in particular, have become a valuable tool in the marketing process. However, several methods within this toolbox lack transparency, making it difficult for clients to understand...

Catalogue: Congress 2012: Accelerating Excellence
Authors: Gemma Calvert, Steve Watkins, Cristina De Balanzó
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
September 13, 2012