Freudian Motivation Theory

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Freudian Motivation Theory

the theory that a consumer's buying preferences are dictated by unconscious motives, and that visual, auditory and tactile elements of a product may evoke emotions which stimulate or inhibit purchase.

See: Motivation Maslow's Theory of Motivation Herzberg's Theory of Motivation

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