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Introduction aux modèles du comportement du consommateur - Partie 1

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    Agbonlahor E.
    NG
    Agbonlahor E.

    Who is a consumer?

    Habeebullah B.
    MY
    Habeebullah B.

    So nice. Thanks

    Lien P.
    SG
    Lien P.

    It's very great. Thank you so much.

    Evgeny K.
    RU
    Evgeny K.

    This Indian acsent is terriable) Tired to listen to it)

    Scent F.
    NG
    Scent F.

    A sure recipe for entrepreneurs and scholars. Quite insightful.

    Ismail M.
    TR
    Ismail M.

    So good. Thanks.

    Salha B.
    TZ
    Salha B.

    Nice

    Arooj M.
    PK
    Arooj M.

    cant understand how the emotina view is contrast to congnitive view???

    Michael T.
    GH
    Michael T.

    very great

    Lloyd M.
    LC
    Lloyd M.

    It may be useful to formulate a device that renders recall of such clustered definitions eye-catching and mnemonically easy to recall. E.g., the PEEC model, which stands for passive, emotional, economic, & cognitive. For the psychological, economic, psychoanalytic, & sociological models the term PEPS can be used. The above can be critiqued as I only looked at the lesson once. Also, I'm using a 2"x4" smartphone, which can be tedious to use for studying on this type of platform.

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