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The 'why' instead of 'what' of consumer behaviour

Today, with global markets developing, the major challenge for consumer research is to find innovative models to turn data into fundamental insight in buying motives. This presentation introduces evolutionary theory as the foundation of a new, global...

Catalogue: Congress 2011: Impact
Authors: Jan Guus Waldorp, Marie-Anne Simons, Harry B.M. van de Wiel
September 18, 2011

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Magical mystery tour

Synaesthesia may be applied to both Alzheimer's and Qualitative Research as an effective support technique, in order to trigger a spontaneous consumer language made of sensorial metaphor, based on a direct emotional experience. In order to enhance...

Catalogue: Fragrance 2009: The Trends Mistral
Author: Luigi Toiati
Company: Focus S.r.L.
June 26, 2009

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The future is hybrid

This paper will show how qualitative creative development expertise can be cross bred with online research to create a powerful new hybrid technique. Broadband means we can now do many of the classic qualitative ranking and projective techniques...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Author: Chris Forrest
November 20, 2008

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Who's eaten my porridge?

This paper demonstrates the contribution of advanced qualitative research to the identification and exploration of non-rational responses and decision-making in the ethical and OTC fields of pharmaceutical research. It encompasses both Physician and...

Catalogue: Global Healthcare 2008: Consumer Choice
Authors: Neil McPhee, Graeme Chrystal
Company: Zaicom Research Plus Limited
February 6, 2008

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Coming to terms with emotions

Qualitative research often claims to also gather besides rational and functional business aspects the more emotional side of the coin: feelings, moods and emotions that are related to (consumer) perception, decision-making processes and (consumer)...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2006
Authors: Ute Rademacher, Kay Volker Koschel
Company: Ipsos MRBI
October 8, 2006


Research World (September 2006)

Projections about future developments, delivering expectations, indicating trends and making predictions, are activities that do attract attention. And of course, carefully formed opinions about what will happen in the future are indispensable to the...

Catalogue: Research World 2006
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
September 1, 2006

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Measuring emotions of functional fragrances

This paper presents research into a method for deriving a consumer relevant emotional image set for a traditionally 'functional' product category such as Fabric Softeners. It begins by deconstructing one of the key basic level consumer benefits for...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Fragrance Research Conference 2005
Authors: Stan Knoops, Lana Glazman, Jeff Schmoyer
Company: International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF)
May 15, 2005

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Something tells me it's all happening at the zoo

The current competitiveness of the marketplace requires that qualitative research seek and deliver insights into a range of subject matter, including the nature and differences between brands.In pursuit of this, the sector has at its disposal a...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 2005: Innovate!
Author: Neil McPhee
February 27, 2005

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If this child were a car, what sort of car would it be?

Many clients around the world are trying to understand what appeals to a young audience, raising many challenges. Children differ vastly between age and gender, with clear global social and cultural differences. How can research be carried out on a...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2004
Author: Barbie Clarke
November 28, 2004