- They're not the lowest paid, but vets are definitely not rolling in it. news.com.au/money/money-ma… 5 days ago
- It's the "I deserve it" affect - consumers are more likely to purchase and consume higher-calorie foods to alleviate the pain of using cash. 6 days ago
- Consuming indulgent foods actually alleviates the pain of payment and leads to greater positive affect. blsciblogs.baruch.cuny.edu/laurenblock/fi… 6 days ago
- 15 minutes to get down to number 6 in the queue. @Telstra I can see why people get frustrated #TIO http://t.co/BlW3jtx2ym 6 days ago
- 34th in the queue doesn't leave me with confidence that I will be attended to "shortly" @Telstra http://t.co/rHl5ubDRH4 6 days ago
- VW faces $170m bill for recall. So is the guerrilla brand name "Very Worried"? theage.com.au/drive/-2o4ke.h… 6 days ago
- When "Baked in Store" actually means "Made in Belgium and reheated in store". adnews.com.au/adnews/coles-g… 1 week ago
- The science of supermarket psychology
- I want to believe: The truth about Power Balance wristbands
- iSnack 2.0: a branding disaster? Not exactly...
- Why we see red so vividly
- It Just Gets In: How marketing influences us to buy
- In oxytocin we trust
- The budget... whatever
- Did you go looking for Boxing Day bargains?
- Of cybermen and the end of relationships
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Author Archives: Paul Harrison
Despite the current “hoo-ha” arising from the ACC report into organised crime and drugs in sport, it is unlikely that lots of fans will stop supporting their sport. We are surprisingly poor judges of how a particular event will make … Continue reading
Something to remember as we head into #AustraliaDay twitter.com/tribalinsight/… — Paul Harrison (@tribalinsight) January 25, 2013
When it comes to branding and advertising, much of what we are exposed to creates only marginal difference. But even small differences can tip the balance toward a particular choice, and plain packaging of tobacco products will make this kind … Continue reading