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Consumer Behavior Jeremy Kees, Ph.D.

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Consumer Behavior

Jeremy Kees, Ph.D.

Model of Consumer Behavior

Review….

• So, we’ve talked about the marketing concept and the importance of building relationships

• But before we can start marketing, we have to understand:

1. The market in which we’re going to compete in

2. Our consumers

• Key Concepts over the next few weeks:– Consumer Behavior

– Marketing Research

– Market Segmentation

– Targeting / Positioning

CONSUMER

Problem Recognition

Out of StockOut of Stock DissatisfactionDissatisfaction

Related ProductPurchase

Related ProductPurchase Market-Induced

RecognitionMarket-Induced

RecognitionNew

ProductsNew

Products

New Needsor Wants

New Needsor Wants

Information Search

PersonalSources

MarketSourcesPublicSources

PersonalExperience

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Evaluation of Alternatives

Successive Sets…

5-10

Usage and/or Disposal of Products

Why could this info be important to Marketers??

Consumer Behavior: Influencing Factors

Intrapersonal Factors

• Needs and Motives• Perceptions• Attitudes• Learning• Self-Concept

Needs and Motives

Esteem Needs

Social Needs

Safety Needs

Physiological Needs

Self-Actualization

Perceptions

• Key variable in marketing• “how we make sense of the world we

live in”• Subliminal Perception

– Examples 1 and 2

Attitude

• Components of Attitude:– Cognitive What we think

– Affective: How we feel

– Behavioral: How we act

• Strategies for changing consumer attitude…

Learning

• Conceptual

• Experiential

• Reinforcement

• Implications for marketing…

Personality and Self-Concept• Personality: the unique psychological

characteristics….• Self-Concept: A person’s multifaceted

picture of himself or herself, composed of the:– Real self

– Self-image

– Looking-glass self

– Ideal self

Interpersonal Factors

• Culture• Social Influences• Family Influences

Culture

• Culture: values, beliefs, preferences, and tastes handed down from one generation to the next

• What are some characteristics of American culture??

Culture and International Marketing

• Culture is perhaps the most critical aspect of doing business internationally

• Self-Reference Criterion = one’s tendency to judge others based on our own cultural experiences

• Ethnocentism = regarding one’s own culture as superior than another

Culture

• Subculture: Subgroup of culture with its own, distinct modes of behavior– Cultures are not homogeneous entities with

universal values– Subcultures can differ by:

• Ethnicity or Nationality• Age or Gender• Religion• Social class or Profession

Culture

Social Influences

• Group membership influences an individual’s purchase decisions and behavior in both overt and subtle ways

• Reference Groups:Reference Groups: groups whose value structures and standards influence a person’s behavior

Social Influences

• Social Classes:Social Classes: groups whose rankings are determined by occupation, income, education, family background, and residence location

Family Influences

• Family Decision-Making Structures– Autonomic

– Husband-dominant

– Wife-dominant

– Syncratic

• Children’s Influence