buy-feel-learn model

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A technique for analysing the impulse purchasing and/or new brands. Attitudes, knowledge, and preference are developed after the purchasing of the product rather than before. Buying often precedes the creation or reinforcement of feelings about the product. Traditionally, it was thought that logically the process happened in reverse. See also aida; hierarchy of effects.

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