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Researching the implicit memory
As the concept of two-system thinking has grown in popularity, questions have been raised for traditional market research. If people choose instinctively and intuitively, and then rationalise the decision afterwards, are they unknowingly misleading researchers? Research methods must evolve to meet these new challenges.

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GET TO THE TRUTH

trance

MARKET RESEARCH
Get to the truth (free)

PRECISION RESEARCH
The quest for research precision

MOBILE USE
Real-time research

THE WHOLE TRUTH
Blend qual and quant

HYPNOSIS TECHNIQUES
Deep dive through trance

MEDIA CONSUMPTION
The smartphone route to the truth


MYTHBUSTER

MythbusterLes Binet and Sarah Carter get a little bit angry about the nonsense they hear around them… like the spurious authority of numbers


10 RULES

mobileAid innovation

From collaborating and communicating with colleagues to breaking out of stifling routines


BOOKSHELF

DecodedSPEED READ
Decoded
Phil Barden

BOOKS THAT INFLUENCED ME
Stephen Maher, CEO, MBA


ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

Chili's

BRAND STRATEGY
Strategic simplicity

US LATINOS
Hispanics ride the social wave

BRAND IDENTITY
Brand personality

SOCIAL MEDIA
Friend or foe

ADVERTISING IN CONTEXT
TV scheduling in context

GLOBAL BRANDS
Keep it simple


F-COMMERCE

facebookSocial goes shopping

F-commerce's strength may lie in the consideration phase of the consumer journey


BEST PRACTICE

Best PracticeCreative sessions

Encourage clients to take ownership and engage in the creative process earlier


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UPFRONT

handmTrendwatch
Currencies of change

Lowdown
Mobile research


ADSTATS

AdstatsMedia adspend

The media category took a 7.4% share of total global advertising spend in 2012


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