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Measuring potential virality of content

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 (Electroencephalogram) to measure the subconscious impact of the content on the viewers,...

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

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Games as an emotionally driven experience

Games are emotionally driven experiences. Immersion theory states that game elements such as narrative determine whether or not players commit emotionally to the game world. Conversely, flow theory focuses on game mechanics and how they bring players...

Catalogue: Congress 2014: What Inspires?
Authors: Danny Wang, Ruihong Tang
June 15, 2014

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The stimulation of the right side of the brain in market and brand image research

This text is based on the double brain theory and its importance in the research about brand image. After having developed the role of the image in marketing and communication, several techniques are revealed. The accent is put on the exploitation of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1987
Author: Hubert Jaoui
September 1, 1987

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Brain branding

Advances in brain science now make it possible to measure a brand's impact on consumers' unconscious emotions and decisions.This presentation shows how these advances can be translated into real-world services for brand equity and brand management...

Catalogue: Congress 2005: Making A Difference
Authors: Annette Asp, Steven Quartz
September 21, 2005

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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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Looking for the fire not the smoke

Maybe the biggest 'buzz' in marketing currently is buzz itself. While advances in social media have made it the hot topic, why do some marketing ideas ignite and spread whilst others fizzle out? Contagious ideas stand out because they produce a...

Catalogue: Congress 2010: The Changing Face Of Market Research
Author: David Penn
Company: Conquest
September 15, 2010