Pengaruh Optimum Stimulation Level dan Self-Monitoring terhadap Impulsive Buying

Cen Lu, - and Suwarno, Henky Lisan (2014) Pengaruh Optimum Stimulation Level dan Self-Monitoring terhadap Impulsive Buying. Jurnal Zenit, 3 (1). pp. 65-78. ISSN 2252-6749

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The fast-growing tendency of shopping centers can be evidence that the economy of the community is going well. On the other hand, due to the large number of shopping centers, there is a stimulus for the community to do shopping activities more frequently. And if the shopping activities are done without good planning, the activities can bring bad impacts. Consequently, they easily become more consumptive. In the field of marketing science, such behavior is called impulsive buying. Impulsive buying behavior is influenced by several factors, including both optimum stimulation level and self-monitoring. Impulsivity is a tendency to act without thinking first, thus making cognitive decisions quickly, and fails to appreciate the situation. Optimum stimulation Level is ownership that characterizes individuals in terms of their general response to environmental stimuli. Self-monitoring is the tendency to alter or adjust one's behavior in response to the presence or behavior of another. Hence, in this study, the researchers intend to predict impulsive buying consumers based on the analysis of two factors: optimum stimulation level and self-monitoring. To test this hypothesis, the researchers use multiple regressions. The results show that the optimum stimulation level has no positive effects on impulsive buying and self-monitoring has no negative effects on impulsive buying.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: optimum stimulation level, self-control, impulsive buying
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD28 Management. Industrial Management
Depositing User: Perpustakaan Maranatha
Date Deposited: 20 Oct 2016 04:39
Last Modified: 20 Oct 2016 04:39

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