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Tendance d'âge subjectif : quelle validité prédictive ?

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  • Denis Guiot

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A partir des différences conceptuelles entre l'âge chronologique et la tendance d'âge subjectif, l'article compare la validité prédictive de ces deux variables sur l'implication envers la mode vestimentaire. Les résultats montrent que l'écart entre l'âge chronologique et l'âge subjectif augmente au cours du vieillissement. En définitive, la tendance à se percevoir plus jeune se révèle être un meilleur prédicteur que l'âge chronologique chez les seniors. Quant aux femmes de plus de 50 ans, un effet additif des deux types de variables d'âge est mis en évidence. La conclusion suggère des voies de recherche et des implications managériales en termes de segmentation de marché.

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  • Denis Guiot, 2001. "Tendance d'âge subjectif : quelle validité prédictive ?," Post-Print halshs-00167929, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00167929
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    1. Wilkes, Robert E, 1992. " A Structural Modeling Approach to the Measurement and Meaning of Cognitive Age," Journal of Consumer Research, Oxford University Press, vol. 19(2), pages 292-301, September.
    2. Denis Guiot, 2000. "Subjective Age Biases Among Adolescent Girls," Post-Print halshs-00169543, HAL.
    3. Bergadaa, Michelle M, 1990. " The Role of Time in the Action of the Consumer," Journal of Consumer Research, Oxford University Press, vol. 17(3), pages 289-302, December.
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    2. Amatulli, Cesare & Guido, Gianluigi & Nataraajan, Rajan, 2015. "Luxury purchasing among older consumers: exploring inferences about cognitive Age, status, and style motivations," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 68(9), pages 1945-1952.
    3. Eloïse Sengès & Denis Guiot & Ziad Malas, 2014. "Le Bien-Vieillir Désiré : Vers une nouvelle segmentation des 50-65 ans," Post-Print hal-01649766, HAL.
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