Consumer protocol evidence against Ehrenberg's "stochastic" theory of brand associations
This small-scale experiment includes analysis of consumersÃÂ¿ open-ended protocols and provides conclusive evidence disproving EhrenbergÃÂ¿s theory that brand-attribute associations are very unstable because consumers generate them probabilistically each time. The distribution of stable associations corresponds closely with deterministic brand positioning theory.
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