Consumer Use of Product Information and its Impact on Satisfaction Evaluation
This paper seeks to make a conceptual contribution to the understanding of biases in information use and its impact on consumer satisfaction evaluations. This involves a description of information biases, the conditions under which they are most likely to operate, and an assessment of their impact on satisfaction, dissatisfaction or indifference concerning a product use situation.
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