Those capabilities necessary for purchases to occur

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80. Those capabilities necessary for purchases to occur such as understanding money, budgeting, product evaluation, and so forth are referred to as _____. A. buying skills B. consumption-related preferences C. consumption-related attitudes
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D. instrumental skills E. consumer skills 81. Bob is teaching his son, Jack, how to handle money, count change, how to save for a desired purchase, and how to choose an appropriate product. Bob is teaching his son _____. 82. _____ are the knowledge, attitudes, and values that cause people to attach differential evaluations to products, brands, and retail outlets. 83. Scott and his family have always purchased Honda automobiles because they feel that they are the best quality cars on the market. This attitude is an example of a(n) _____.
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84. The cognitive and affective orientations toward marketplace stimuli such as advertisements, salespeople, warranties, and so forth is referred to as _____. A. consume r skills B. consumption-related preferences C. consumption-related attitudes D. instrumental attitudes E. mediation preferences 85. Which of the following is the primary source of consumer socialization? 86. Which type of training occurs when a parent or sibling specifically and directly attempts to bring about certain responses through reasoning or reinforcement?
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87. _____ occurs when a child learns appropriate, or inappropriate, consumption behaviors by observing others. 88. _____ occurs when a parent alters a child's initial interpretation of, or response to, a marketing or other stimulus. A. Consumer training B. Instrumental training C. Modeling D. Mediation E. Reprogramming 89. Claire is six years old and begged her mother for a Barbie doll that she saw ice skating in a television commercial. Her mother explained to her that the doll won't be able to ice skate and that she will have to make the doll move. She was trying to explain to Claire that the toys she sees in advertisements are probably going to look more fun than they actually are. Claire's mother is exhibiting _____.
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90. Which of the following is NOT a stage of McNeal's model of how children learn to shop? 91. Susan gave her five year old son $10 to purchase a toy at Walmart. She wanted him to learn how to select an appropriate toy and to pay for it with his "own" money, but she would help her son do this. Which stage of McNeal's model of how children learn to shop does this illustrate.
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