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Extended and limited decision making.
Transcript of Extended and limited decision making.
''Extended decision making is the response to a very high level of purchase involvement; an extensive internal and external information search is followed by a complex evaluation of multiple alternatives; after the purchase, uncertainty about its correctness is likely; and thorough evaluation of the purchase will take place'' (Quester
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Limited decision making
''Limited decision making is decision making that covers the middle ground between habitual decision making and extended decision making'' (Quester
a consumer may select a product without seeking information beyond internal memory that it 'tastes good'.
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Extended decision making
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