Impulse buying causes consumers to buy stuff immediately. Emotions are intense feelings toward someone or something, and are often shown through facial expressions and manifestations including anger, fear, delight, enthusiasm, and excitement. Studies show that both positive and negative emotions affect consumer buying behavior. The original idea was that happiness always preceded an impulsive purchase, producing effects such as pleasure and joy. Successfully gaining face, or prestige, in a social environment, can lead to impulse purchases. When someone loses face, or feels embarrassed, anxious, or rejected, they may end up buying on impulse, too. Self-control Countless studies show that people resist impulses that tempt them to do stuff like go back to sleep, eat snack foods, and impulse buy. In this view, Roy Baumeister conceptualized impulse buying as a battle between desire and self-control. Research has identified three major elements of self-control: Standards, or having a clear shopping goal in mind.
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All the same we may have no aim how decision making happens, neuroscientists peering into our brains are beginning to get the adventure. We have dog brains, all in all, with a human cortex at a complete loss on top, a veneer of civilization. This cortex is an evolutionarily recent invention that plans, deliberates, and decides. But the more we understand how we make decisions, the better we can manage them. You are free to reject any agreement, but if you do, neither of you gets anything. According to game theory, you should accept whatever she offers, but measly, because getting some capital is better than getting no one. In these experiments, when the offer dwindles to a a small amount of dollars, people on the acceptance end consistently turn it along, forfeiting a free couple of bucks for—well, for what, exactly? Not exactly a triumph of reason.