It can be fairly argued that there are two types of people in this world — those who love to exercise their purchasing power (“I’ll take one in every color!”), and all the rest, who are “Just looking, thanks.” The rapidly growing field of behavioral economics is built around the psychology of what influences people’s buying decisions, in particular the factors that successfully persuade the more tentative shoppers among us to part with our hard-earned money.
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