known as fall arrest. The height treatment ends when the stimulus is seen first and the details are complete (Mueller and Hassenzahl, 2010). In other words, if participants receive more than one incentive, they will choose the best ads in seconds without using product features. Understanding the factors sought by consumers when comparing products can provide relevant information during the product design phase.
Surname 5 Yeung and Wyer (2004) did a research to find out whether a consumers’ buying decision included a hedonics or utilitarian’s first impression or depending on the order and whether consumer sentiment influenced the final decision. Buy the product in your opinion, the first impression of the task was an emotional reaction sparked by a product review before the product characteristics were known. The researchers manipulated the participants' mood positively or negatively. Evaluation criteria, such as customs or ancillary costs. They manipulated the sequence of humorous images of the presentation, for example, no image against the first entry, the second image against the first image, the second mood; Image Type: hedonic utility against head; and assign information: economic or unfavorable. Results indicate that stimulus analysis led to downward processing. That is, the visible factor presented to the matter subject to make a first impression. Sense of humor influenced this first impression at the time of analysis. Subsequently, additional information (such as decision criteria) was used to complete the product evaluation. Therefore, first impression measurements appear to be helpful in facilitating the user's interpretation of perceived comfort. With limited information on first impressions and seat comfort, experimental testing focusing on the first impression and its impact on the comfort experience is required. It is also crucial to find out if, after initial impression it last long. ASSESSMENT MEASUREMENTS The variance of the definitions of comfort and the previous components shows the different comfort assessment procedures, in particular the seat comfort. Two categories of measurements
Surname 6 are applied to asses any ergonomic device, such as sitting comfort: both objective and subjective measures have different criteria that must be taken into consideration. Objective Measures Objective measures are measurable and do not need human to interpret to assess complaints. The most commonly used objective measurements are pressure distribution analysis, motion analysis, and position angle analysis. Pressure blocks are used, for example, to determine the distribution of the high pressure body in a chair. The positive aspect of objective action is that human prejudice precludes many actions. Data from these direct measures are specific and objective responses of users to stimuli (Parsons, 2000).
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