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Consumer decision-making does not unfold like a game of Pac-Man with systematic digestion of information pellets en route to the optimal choice. Only by testing real products with real consumers in real-world situations can companies hope to understand how their customers behave.

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By Yale February 9, 2015 Leave a Comment

Consumer decision-making does not unfold like a game of Pac-Man with systematic digestion of information pellets en route to the optimal choice. Only by testing real products with real consumers in real-world situations can companies hope to understand how their customers behave.

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