Re-investigating Consumption-related Emotions Scales: Some Initial Findings
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This study adapts and tests items from prominent and widely adopted consumer-related emotions measures and proposes a set of items which capture emotions towards a product shown in an advertisement prior to consumption, whilst addressing some of the methodological concerns of these previous measures. The final scale contains 23 emotion items loading on four factors; Positive, Negative, Skepticism, and Un-stimulated. This provides a contrasting perspective to the hierarchical approach to consumer-related emotions adopted by many scholars.
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