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is the combination of consumer research with modern neuroscience. The goal of the field is to find neural explanations for consumer behaviors in both normal and diseased individuals.
The World Cup of Neuromarketing Ads, by Nike | 3Brain Marketing ...
If you’re not into soccer you’re probably as excited about the World Cup as nudists are about winter… however, you just have to appreciate what Nike did for their “ Write the Future ” commercial. This to me, is another great example of neuromarketing. Three full minutes of soccer superstars, superb football (yes football!), individual potential and globs and globs of oozing neuromarketing! Quite probably the best football (yes football!) ad I’ve seen. After you’ve been blown away the first time, watch a second time from your perspective as a marketer and see how many lessons you can take ... market research, surveys and trends
"Neuromarketing: Turning You into a Zombie Shopper?"
"What if there was a way for you to know exactly what to say, and how to say it, to get anything you wanted? Would it make you uncomfortable to know that product and political ads you watch may have been carefully crafted to target the irrational, reptilian, pre-conscious parts of your brain? Politicians, corporations, and neuroscientists are collaborating at research centers, using “average” consumers to find what excites our loyalties, our brand memories, and especially our impulses to purchase a particular product or vote in a certain manner. What is this tool and why are its prospects so frightening? A ... market research, surveys and trends


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Support is growing for a �cap and rebate� system (also known as a �cap and dividend� system) as a way to curb carbon emissions and cut U.S. dependence on imported oil.  This is good news for the planet and good news for the U.S. economy: Under �cap and rebate,� big industrial sources of carbon emissions would have to buy permits to emit carbon, and the proceeds would be rebated to consumers on a pro rata basis.  Such a system would be much preferable to a �cap and trade� system in several respects. ... more ...   Opportunity for transformation Read the June 29, 2010 issue of Common �ents , in which Academy ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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LeBron James made his ESPN hour-worthy airing decision last Thursday. The hype kept fans on their toes only to find out he will not be a hero and go back to Cleveland. "Friendship and talent and such is wonderful, but James himself said it last night: It's a business," says Robert Passikoff, founder of Brand Keys, a New York-based brand loyalty research group. Read more how the decision has impacted marketing and loyalty in professional sports. CBS News.  ( 7/9/10 ) Hungry to Show Team Support Branding an edible NBA logo onto your slice to show team support? Robert Passikoff discusses the NBA's newest ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Warhol Gang
“Trotsky,” the code-named narrator of Peter Darbyshire’s sophomore novel, is a lot like the unnamed protagonist of Chuck Palahniuk’s 1996 novel Fight Club . He’s urban, disgruntled, savvy, aimless, underpaid, and deeply skeptical of the corporate superstructure that defines his life. He’s also the protagonist of an action-packed, rollicking story that serves as a biting satire of consumerism, capitalism, affluenza, and fame. Trotsky works in the “neuromarketing department” of Adsenses, a market research company. Every day, he and his co-workers – “Reagan,” ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
NEUROMARKETING: Keep in mind how a human brain works
Brands need to explore neuroscience if they want to make their TV and online campaigns remain in consumers' memories, according to research. By Lou Cooper It used to be so easy. Marketers who wanted to make some noise about their brand simply created a great big television ad. But these days it's much more complicated. The growth of online channels has left marketers wondering which direction is most effective for their brand. A neuroscience study commissioned by television marketing body Thinkbox reveals TV advertising generates greater levels of engagement and emotion, but online generates higher levels of attention. market trends, news research and surveys resources


1.2 Keys to Neuromarketing. Another marketing specialist, Christophe Morin491, co-author of “Neuromarketing: Understanding the Buy Buttons ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
fMRI Beyond the Clinic: Will It Ever Be Ready for Prime Time?
© 2004 Richard Robinson. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited Functional magnetic resonance imaging—fMRI—opens a window onto the brain at work. By tracking changes in cerebral blood flow as a subject performs a mental task, fMRI shows which brain regions “light up” when making a movement, thinking of a loved one, or telling a lie. Its ability to reveal function, not merely structure, distinguishes fMRI ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The New York Times > Science > If Your Brain Has a 'Buy Button ...
nowing what brand you are buying can influence your preferences by commandeering brain circuits involved with memory, decision making and self-image, researchers have found. When researchers monitored brain scans of 67 people who were given a blind taste test of Coca-Cola and Pepsi, each soft drink lit up the brain's reward system, and the participants were evenly split as to which drink they preferred. But when the same people were told what they were drinking, activity in a different set of brain regions linked to brand loyalty overrode their original preferences. Three out of four said that they preferred Coca-Cola.
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