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For which of the following items would extended problem solving mostly likely be used?
a silicon injection
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Which of the following consumer problem-solving processes will probably be used in purchasing toothpaste? a) Extended problem solving b) Routinized response behavior c) Intensive problem solving d) Limited problem solving e) Perceptual scanning
b) Routinized response behavior
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Temporary and dynamic factors that result from a particular set of circumstance a consumer is facing when making purchase decisions characterize enduring involvement. extended problem solving. selective exposure. situational involvement. selective retention.
situational involvement.
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Temporary and dynamic factors that result from a particular set of circumstance a consumer is facing when making purchase decisions characterize a) enduring involvement. b) extended problem solving. c) selective exposure. d) situational involvement. e) selective retention.
d) situational involvement.
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Stacy is going to the store to buy a gallon of milk. She will most likely use ___________ in her consumer decision-making process. a) routinized response behavior b) limited problem solving c) extended problem solving d) perceptual scanning e) evaluation of alternatives
a) routinized response behavior
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While shopping at a Kroger grocery store, Tom sees a display of his favorite brand of diet cola. He buys a six-pack to take home for the weekend. This purchase process would be described as a) routinized response behavior. b) extended problem solving. c) limited problem solving. d) situational perception. e) enduring involvement.
a) routinized response behavior.
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The three most widely recognized types of consumer problem solving are: a. limited problem solving, extended problem solving, and routinized response behavior. b. extended problem solving, enduring problem solving, and situational problem solving. c. planned problem solving, impulse buying, and limited problem solving. d. internal problem solving, external problem solving, situational behavior. e. responsive behavior, planned behavior, and impulsive problem solving.
a– limited, extended, routine– LER
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The three most widely recognized types of consumer problem solving are: a) limited problem solving, extended problem solving, and routinized response behavior. b) extended problem solving, enduring problem solving, and situational problem solving. c) planned problem solving, impulse buying, and limited problem solving. d) internal problem solving, external problem solving, situational behavior. e) responsive behavior, planned behavior, and impulsive problem solving.
a) limited problem solving, extended problem solving, and routinized response behavior.
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