12. Darla considers herself to be a gourmet, and she has dined at many of the finest restaurants in the United States. On a recent trip to New Orleans, she refused to eat at a restaurant that was purported to have some of the best Cajun food because it had oil cloth and plastic flowers on the tables. Which situational influence explains Darla's refusal to eat at this restaurant?
c.Consumers believe that higher prices indicate higher quality or prestige
18. Consumer behavior differs when you are installing a fire protection system for your warehouse full of steel desks and when you are purchasing a fire protection system for your home, which is full of irreplaceable antiques. Which situational influence explains this consumer behavior?
20. When consumers are making buying decisions, some observers have said that their behaviour resembles acting in a play, complete with lines, props, even costumes. They may alter their consumption decisions depending upon the part they are playing at the time. This view of consumer behaviour is often called:
25. The "pyramid of consumer behaviour" illustrates the focus of several disciplines when studying consumer behaviour. Focus on the individual's consumer behaviour (such as how one reads certain sections of a magazine) is termed: