Practice Quiz 2 (chapters 5 & 6)

An attitude is a the same as an intention to buy b a

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7. An attitude is: A. the same as an "intention to buy." B. a person's point of view about something. C. easy to change. D. the same as a belief. E. All of the above. 8. Daisy Gazale was interested in a new set of golf clubs. She discussed the various types with some knowledgeable friends and relied on their advice. Daisy's friends were acting as: 9. Consumer buying behavior is affected by: 10. Extensive problem solving probably would NOT be required by young newly-marrieds in the purchase of: 11. A widely used measure of income in most countries is: a. gross domestic product. b. total consumption expenditures. c. disposable personal product. d. population times GDP. e. socio-economic product. 12.The state with the largest percentage increase in population between 2000 and 2010 is: 13. When considering a potential product-market, a marketer should decide:
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Practice Quiz chapters 5 & 6 Key 1. (p. 154) Which of the following is NOT a psychological variable? A . culture. b. personality. c. learning. d. perception. e. attitudes. Difficulty: Easy LearnObj: 2 Perreault - Chapter 06 #73 Question Type: Definition 2. (p. 154) Regarding consumer motivation, the text states that: a. needs are the basic forces which motivate people to do something. b. all needs and wants are caused by drives.
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