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ArtikelThe Influence of Incidental Affect on Consumers' Food Intake  
Oleh: Garg, Nikita ; Wansink, Brian ; Inman, J. Jeffrey
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Marketing (EBSCO) vol. 71 no. 1 (Jan. 2007), page 194-206.
Topik: consumer; incidental affect; consumer's food intake
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Isi artikelAlthough incidental affect has been shown to influence both attitude and purchase behaviour, it has not been extended to actual consumption. This research investigates whether specific affective states influence food consumption and whether this influence is moderated by factors such as information and the nature of the product (hedonic versus less hedonic). The authors show that an integrative mood management and mood evaluation framewrok accounts for this relationship more effectively than a self - regulation explanation. A preliminary test and two lab studies show that people eat larger amounts of hedonic foods (buttered popcorn and M & M's) when they are in a sad state than when they tend to eat larger amounts of a less hedonic product (raisins) when they are in a happy state than when they are in a sad state. The authors discuss implications for responsible marketers, health professionals, and health conscious consumers in the context of campaigns and individual efforts.
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