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Archive for October, 2015

Neuromarketing and entertainment: Immersive games and simulations

October 25, 2015 0 Comments
Neuromarketing and entertainment: Immersive games and simulations

Progress in computing power has enabled game designers to create highly realistic and immersive games. Unlike movies, games give the player direct control over the storyline, combining immersion with both control and interactivity. The degree to which the player feels immersed into the game is called presence. Immersion and “presence” in online and video gaming […]

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A neuromarketing perspective on product placement in movies and TV shows

October 15, 2015 1 Comment
A neuromarketing perspective on product placement in movies and TV shows

Products seem to be popping up everywhere in entertainment these days. Not just in movies and TV shows, where they’ve become standard fare, but in other kinds of media as well, such as video games, music videos, online videos, magazine articles, and clothing. They’ve even begun to appear in places that would’ve been unthinkable only […]

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Neuromarketing for the Rest of Us: Darren Bridger’s Decoding the Irrational Consumer

October 7, 2015 0 Comments
Neuromarketing for the Rest of Us: Darren Bridger’s Decoding the Irrational Consumer

When Peter Steidl, Andrew Pohlmann, and I wrote Neuromarketing for Dummies back in 2013, we took to heart the “for Dummies” axiom that we were writing for people who might have no previous experience with our topic. So we presented a bottom-up overview that was both broad and shallow. We tried to communicate the wide […]

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