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    Title: To Switch or to Stick:The Impact of Choosing Publicly or Privately On Choices and Satisfaction
    Authors: 余芷菱;Yu,Chih-Ling
    Contributors: 資訊管理學系
    Keywords: 自我察覺;自我意識;時間壓力(結論需求);選擇後滿意度;偏好偏離;Self-awareness;self-consciousness;time pressure(need for closure);post- choice satisfaction;preference-switching
    Date: 2015-07-27
    Issue Date: 2015-09-23 14:30:25 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 過去研究顯示自我察覺(self-awareness)可以有效影響人們的行為,因此本研














    過自我察覺及其他因子來有效影響消費者的選擇。;This research aims to verify whether self-awareness affect consumers shopping online,

    and to find effective manipulation of self-awareness under online shopping contexts. Self-
    awareness can be distinguished as public and public self-awareness, the previous one

    leads people behave more accordingly with publicly approved norms; while another let

    people make decisions based on own standards or preferences. Hence the main topic of

    this research is to verify whether private and public self-awareness make consumers to

    switch from own preferences, or to stick to own preferences. We also investigate other

    possible moderating effects, such as self-consciousness (individual difference in focusing

    on oneself) and the presence of time pressure, and to reveal whether consumers feel

    satisfied with own final choices which are affected by self-awareness.

    Results showed that public self-awareness significantly increase participants switching

    tendency, while private self-awareness effects didn’t reach significance. The present

    research also found significant interactions of self-awareness x self-consciousness on

    switching-tendency and post-choice satisfaction. In addition, time pressure have been

    proved to effectively enhance public self-aware participants switching tendency, while

    private self-awareness effects cannot be enhanced.
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