Working Papers

Using Brain-Wave Measures to Assess Advertising Effects

Jan 1, 1983

Reviews and synthesizes the literature to¬†identify the key theoretical and methodological issues involved in determining whether electroencephalographic (EEG) measures of brain activity may be useful indicators of consumers’ psychological responses to advertising.

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