Consumer neuroscience perspective for brands: how do brands influence our brains?
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CitationÇakar, T., Girişken, Y. (19 June 2022) Consumer neuroscience perspective for brands: How do brands influence our brains? (Analyzing the strategic role of neuromarketing and consumer neuroscience) . pp. 47-64, IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-3126-6.ch003
Neuroscientific tools have increasingly been used by marketing practitioners and researchers to understand and explain several different questions that have been issued for a specific company or a general understanding. In this respect, the neuroscientific approach has been evaluated as a potential tool for understanding the neural mechanisms directly related to marketing with its contribution to providing novel perspectives. The chapter addresses one of the most relevant subjects, brands, for issuing the strategic role of applied neuroscience in marketing and consumer behavior. The first section of this chapter focuses on a novel definition of brand, and the next section covers the brand image, brand perception, and brand loyalty. The second section summarizes the main findings regarding the neuroscience of brands. In the final section, the findings from a related experiment have been provided for the potential roles of neuromarketing for developing marketing strategies for brands.