Influence of musical styles on customers attitude: experimental evidences in a retail store
This study aimed to compare the influence of different musical styles on customersâ€™ behavior and attitude. An experiment was conducted in a retail store in the city of Uberaba (MG). In this experiment, three different musical styles were tested (country, axÃ© and pop rock) and the absence of music was the control group. Data were collected through a structured questionnaire which sought to measure customer attitudes through three components (affective, cognitive and conative). Results indicated that the country musical style has more positive influence on customer attitude than other styles (axÃ© and pop rock). Moreover, it was found that the consumersâ€™ attitude was less positive in the scenario where there was no background music in the store, showing that music positively influences the attitude regardless of musical style.
Volume (Year): 9 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (July)
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