Dec 28, 2018
This behavioral economics podcast episode is the final installment of my series on the five senses. We’ve already talked about sight, smell, taste and hearing. Today, we dig into the sense of touch. Touch is one of the topics that I’m the most excited to share with you. Touch is directly connected to buying behavior in a way that is fascinating to behold.
We value things more once we have touched them, and the triad of the endowment effect, perceived ownership and loss aversion are triggered directly by touch, which I will get into during the episode. I talk about how touch works and share scientific studies and real life examples that will help illustrate how this fascinating sense can be incorporated into your business.
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