“Neuromarketing Theory & Practice” Magazine – Issue No. 9
Neuromarketing Science & Business Association has recently published the 9th edition (July 2014) of “Neuromarketing Theory & Practice Magazine”. This is a must read, you will see this from the brief news and information from this issue presented below:
- Mirjam Broekhoff interviewed Jacob Lyng Wieland in an article entitled Emotions in Television: Crucial for the Customer Experience, where he resents how a Danish broadcasting corporation adopted neuroscience and what are their plans for the future.
- Sample size is an often discussed topic in neuromarketing research and Carla Nagel presents the opinions on this of the most respected and well known researchers in this field. The interesting part is that each one of them presents the technologies they employ in their studies and it is clear that there is no such thing as the “archetypal neuromarketing study”.
- Richard Silberstein shares recent media insights about how Conceptual Closure Can Kill Television Ads, offering also details about the long-term memory encoding. Conceptual closure has to do with how the brain processes extended experiences such as narratives or stories, according to Prof. Silberstein. You may learn more about this by reading the magazine and Prof. Silberstein’s research articles.
- Book review of Current Trends in Eye Tracking Research (by Horsley, M., Toon, N., Knightm B., Reilly, R.), published in 2014 by Elsevier.
- Daniel Yarosh is interviewed on Parallels Between the Early Days of Biotech and Neuroscience Today.
- NMSBA Member and local representative of Peru, Liliana Alvaredo, discuses about neuromarketing development in Peru.
- The research update section provides interesting news about how risk attitudes towards different types of uncertainty in choice can change throughout our lifetime.
- An interesting point of view is expressed by Hanna Dropko about how negative should emotions be in social campaigns with outdoor advertisements.
- Great news: in September, the NMSBA will organize a wide variety of activities that focus on explaining and promoting the field.
Earlier Issues: Issue 1 (April 2012), Issue 2 (July 2012), Issue 3 (November 2012), Issue 4 (January 2013), Issue 5 (April 2013), Issue 6 (September 2013), Issue 7 (December 2013), Issue 8 (April 2014).