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5) How does habitual decision making differ from extended problem solving? A) Extended problem solving uses behavioral learning, while habitual decision making relies upon cognitive learning. B) Consumers engaged in extended problem solving perceive less risk than consumers involved in habitual decision making. C) The level of involvement for habitual decision making is lower than it is for extended problem solving. D) Habitual decision making involves significant cognitive dissonance, while extended problem solving rarely involves cognitive dissonance. E) Consumers who are seeking to develop their loyalty to a brand would be more likely to make habitual decisions than use extended problem solving.
The level of involvement for habitual decision making is lower than it is for extended problem solving.
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Nominal Decision Making (habitual decision making)
a.k.a., habitual decision making, in effect involves no decision per se. Consumer buys Colgate toothpaste without considering other brands, its price, etc.
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Consumers who are involved in habitual decision making engage in little conscious decision making
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Kerry was in her grocery store and saw a display for a new organic yogurt. She had not planned to buy it, but decided on the spot to buy one and try it. Kerry’s purchase represents habitual decision making. deep processing. impulse buying. high involvement processing. extended problem solving.
impulse buying.
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