"First in first out” or “last in first out”: Presentation of information order on evaluation of utilitarian products
|dc.identifier.citation||Liu, M. and Phau, I. and Teah, M. 2017. "First in first out” or “last in first out”: Presentation of information order on evaluation of utilitarian products. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. 36: pp. 148-155.|
This study investigates how the presentation order of information may affect the evaluation of utilitarian products. Three experiments with different conditions (hedonic/utilitarian product; experience/search advertisement; unattractive/attractive packaging) were conducted with a total of 334 participants in Macau. This study tests both the affective and cognitive product evaluation. The findings indicate that assimilation effect occurs if the search advertisement of a utilitarian product is presented before and if the consumers have better cognitive evaluation. When an experience advertisement is presented before, contrast effect occurs and affective evaluation is reduced. However, when unattractive packaging is presented before, assimilation effect occurs, and cognitive evaluation is increased. When attractive packaging is presented before, the consumers demonstrate a positive cognitive and affective evaluation for the utilitarian product. These findings contribute to a better understanding of the role of presentation order on the consumers’ evaluation of utilitarian products from theoretical and managerial perspectives.
|dc.title||"First in first out” or “last in first out”: Presentation of information order on evaluation of utilitarian products|
|dcterms.source.title||Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services|
|curtin.department||School of Marketing|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
|curtin.contributor.orcid||Phau, Ian [0000-0002-0759-6092]|
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