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Economic Definition of psychological influences. Defined.

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Term psychological influences Definition: Several factors that are primarily behavior-based that affect a consumers decision making process. These factors are learning, perception, self-concept, attitudes, personality, and lifestyles. Through a combination of these various factors a consumer displays certain tendencies toward product, brands, services, and where they shop. A marketer researches the market to determine which group of targeted buyers would be the best fit for its products or services.


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