The low-involvement processing theory

Argues for a theory of advertising which denies that it must be cognitively processed (capture attention, make you think, remember the ad).

The low-involvement processing theory

Robert Heath, icon Business Consulting, advances a new theory of how advertising works

Robert Heath

Traditional theories of how advertising works are based on the hypothesis that it must be processed cognitively

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