Consumer Decision Making
Chapter 5
Prepared by
Deborah Baker
Texas Christian University
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Learning Objectives
1. Explain why marketing managers should
understand consumer behavior.
2. Analyze the components of the consumer
decision-making process.
3. Explain the consumer’s postpurchase
evaluation process.
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Learning Objectives (continued)
4. Identify the types of consumer buying
decisions and discuss the significance of
consumer involvement.
5. Identify and understand the cultural factors
that affect consumer buying decisions.
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Learning Objectives (continued)
6. Identify and understand the social factors
that affect consumer buying decisions.
7. Identify and understand the individual
factors that affect consumer buying
decisions.
8. Identify and understand the psychological
factors that affect consumer buying
decisions.
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Learning Objective
On Line
http://www.newyork.com
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Explain why
marketing managers
should understand
consumer behavior.
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Consumer Behavior
Processes a consumer uses
to make purchase decisions,
as well as to use and
dispose of purchased goods
or services; also includes
factors that influence
purchase decisions and
the product use.
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Learning Objective
Analyze the
components of the
consumer decisionmaking process.
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Consumer Decision-Making Process
A five-step process used
by consumers when buying
goods or services.
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Consumer
Decision-Making Process
2
Need Recognition
Information Search
Cultural, Social,
Individual and
Psychological
Factors
affect
all steps
Evaluation
of Alternatives
Purchase
Postpurchase
Behavior
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Need Recognition
2
Result of an imbalance
between actual and
desired states.
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Need Recognition
Marketing helps
consumers
recognize an
imbalance between
present status and
preferred state
Internal Stimuli
and
External Stimuli
Preferred
State
Present
Status
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Stimulus
2
Any unit of input affecting
one or more of the five
senses:
sight
smell
taste
touch
hearing
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Want
2
Recognition of an
unfulfilled need and
a product
(or attribute or feature)
that will satisfy it.
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Recognition of Unfulfilled Wants
 When a current product isn’t
performing properly
 When the consumer is running
out of a product
 When another product seems
superior to the one currently used
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Information Searches
2
Internal
Process of recalling past
information stored
in the memory.
External
Process of seeking
information in the
outside environment.
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Information Search
Internal Information Search
 Recall information in
memory
External Information search
 Seek information in outside
environment
 Non-marketing controlled
 Marketing controlled
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External Information Searches
Need Less
Information
Less Risk
More knowledge
More product
experience
Low level of interest
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Need More
Information
More Risk
Less knowledge
Less product
experience
High level of interest
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Evoked Set
2
Group of brands,
resulting from an
information search,
from which a buyer
can choose.
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Evaluation of Alternatives
Evoked Set
Analyze product attributes
Use cutoff criteria
Rank attributes by
importance
Purchase!
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Purchase
2
To buy
or not to buy...
Determines which attributes
are most important
in influencing a
consumer’s choice
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Learning Objective
Explain the
consumer’s
postpurchase
evaluation process.
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Cognitive Dissonance
3
Inner tension that a
consumer experiences
after recognizing an
inconsistency between
behavior and values
or opinions.
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Postpurchase Behavior
Cognitive Dissonance
?
Can minimize through:
Effective Communication
Did I make a good decision?
Follow-up
Guarantees
Did I buy the right product?
Warranties
Did I get a good value?
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Learning Objective
Identify the types of
consumer buying
decisions and discuss
the significance
of consumer
involvement.
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Types of Consumer
Buying Decisions
4
Routine
Response
Behavior
Limited
Decision
Making
Less
Involvement
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Extensive
Decision
Making
More
Involvement
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Five Factors influencing Decisions
1.
Level of consumer involvement
2.
Length of time to make decision
3.
Cost of good or service
4.
Degree of information search
5.
Number of alternatives considered
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Continuum of
Consumer Buying Decisions
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Routine Response Behavior
 Little involvement in selection
process
 Frequently purchased low cost
goods
 May stick with one brand
 Buy first/evaluate later
 Quick decision
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Limited Decision Making
 Low levels of involvement
 Low to moderate cost goods
 Evaluation of a few alternative brands
 Short to moderate time to decide
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Extensive Decision Making
 High levels of involvement
 High cost goods
 Evaluation of many brands
 Long time to decide
 May experience cognitive
dissonance
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Level of Involvement
On Line
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Previous
Experience
Factors
Determining
Level of
Involvement
Interest
Perceived Risk of
Negative
Consequences
Situation
Social Visibility
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Marketing Implications
of Involvement
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High-involvement
purchases require:
Low-involvement
purchases require:
Extensive and
informative
promotion to
target market
In-store promotion,
eye-catching
package design, and
good displays
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Factors Influencing
Buying Decisions
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Cultural
Factors
Individual
Factors
Social
Factors
Psychological
Factors
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CONSUMER
DECISIONMAKING
PROCESS
BUY /
DON’T BUY
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Learning Objective
Identify and
understand the
cultural factors that
affect consumer
buying decisions.
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Culture
5
Set of values norms,
attitudes, and other
meaningful symbols that
shape human behavior and
the artifacts, or products, of
that behavior as they are
transmitted from one
generation to the next.
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Cultural Influences on
Buying Decisions
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Values
Language
Myths
Customs
Components of
American
Culture
Rituals
Laws
Material Artifacts
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Culture is...
On Line
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http://www.chuckecheese.com
Pervasive
Functional
Learned
Dynamic
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Value
5
Enduring belief that a
specific mode of conduct
is personally or socially
preferable to another
mode of conduct.
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Core American Values
Success
Materialism
Freedom
Progress
Core
American
Values
Youth
Capitalism
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Global Language Blunders
 Chevrolet’s “Nova” translated to “No Go”
 Coors “Turn it Loose” became
“Suffer from Diarrhea”
 Toyota’s MR2 sounded like a
swearword in French
 Coca-Cola in Chinese means
“bite the wax tadpole”
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Subculture
5
A homogeneous group
of people who share
elements of the overall
culture as well as
unique elements of
their own group.
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Social Class
5
A group of people in a
society who are considered
nearly equal in status or
community esteem, who
regularly socialize among
themselves both formally
and informally, and who
share behavioral norms.
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Social Class Measurements
Occupation
Income
Social Class
Measurements
Education
Wealth
Other Variables
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The Impact of Social Class
on Marketing
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 Indicates which medium to use for
advertising
 Helps determine the best distribution
for products
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Learning Objective
Identify and
understand the
social factors that
affect consumer
buying decisions.
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Social Influences
Social Influences on
Buying Decisions
Reference
Groups
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Opinion
Leaders
Family
Members
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Reference Group
6
A group in society that
influences an individual’s
purchasing behavior.
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Reference Groups
Primary
Direct
Secondary
Reference
Groups
Aspirational
Indirect
Non-aspirational
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Implications of Reference Groups
1. They serve as information sources
and influence perceptions
2. They affect an individual’s
aspiration levels
3. Their norms either constrain or
stimulate consumer behavior
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Opinion Leaders
6
An individual who
influences the opinion
of others.
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Opinion Leaders
Peer Groups
Group Referrals
Movie Stars
Sports Figures
Celebrities
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Family
On Line
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Purchase Roles
in the Family
 Initiators
 Influencers
 Decision Makers
 Purchasers
Children
Influence
Purchase
Decisions
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 Consumers
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Relationships among Purchasers
and Consumers in the Family
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Learning Objective
Identify and
understand the
individual factors
that affect consumer
buying decisions.
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Individual Influences
On Line
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Individual
Influences
Gender
Age
Family Life
Cycle
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Personality
Self-Concept
Lifestyle
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Family Life Cycle
7
An orderly series of stages
through which consumers’
attitudes and behavioral
tendencies evolve through
maturity, experience, and
changing income and status.
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Psychographics
7
The analytical technique
used to examine consumer
lifestyles and to categorize
consumers.
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Learning Objective
Identify and
understand the
psychological factors
that affect consumer
buying decisions.
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Psychological Influences
Perception
Motivation
Learning
Psychological
Influences on
Buying Decisions
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Beliefs & Attitudes
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Perception
8
Process by which people
select, organize, and
interpret stimuli into
a meaningful and
coherent picture.
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Perception
Selective
Exposure
Selective
Distortion
Selective
Retention
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Perception
Selective
Exposure
Consumer notices certain stimuli
and ignores others
Selective
Distortion
Consumer changes or distorts
information that conflicts
with feelings or beliefs
Selective
Retention
Consumer remembers only
that information that
supports personal beliefs
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A Consumer’s Selective Exposure
Exposure to over 250
advertisement messages per day
Notices only
11 to 20 ads
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Marketing Implications
of Perception
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 Important attributes
 Higher price
 Brand names
 Quality and reliability
 Threshold level of perception
 Product or repositioning changes
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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
8
A method of classifying
human needs and
motivations into five
categories in ascending
order of importance.
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Motivation
Maslow’s
Hierarchy of
Needs
SelfActualization
Esteem
Social
Safety
Physiological
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Learning
8
A process that creates
changes in behavior,
immediate or expected,
through experience
and practice.
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Types of Learning
Types of
Learning
Description
Experiential
An experience changes behavior
Conceptual
Not learned through direct
experience
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Stimulus Generalization
8
A form of learning that
occurs when one response
is extended to a second
stimulus similar to the first.
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Beliefs and Attitudes
8
On Line
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Belief
An organized pattern of
knowledge that an individual
holds as true about his
or her world.
Attitude
A learned tendency to
respond consistently
toward a given object.
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