ROLES OF CONSUMER AND PSYCHOLOGY IN CONSUMER PSYCHOLOGY

Published on Dec 1, 1963in Psychological Reports
· DOI :10.2466/PR0.1963.13.3.931
Robert Perloff1
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(Purdue University)
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Abstract
An argument is presented for incorporating formally and explicitly the study of consumer behavior in the graduate training program. Consumer psychology is defined and its relationships with other b...
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