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Title: Affect, appraisal, and consumer judgment
Authors: Yeung, C.W.M. 
Wyer Jr., R.S.
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Yeung, C.W.M., Wyer Jr., R.S. (2004). Affect, appraisal, and consumer judgment. Journal of Consumer Research 31 (2) : 412-424. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: When consumers receive verbal information about a product's attributes, the influence of the affect they are experiencing on their product evaluations depends on their belief that the product should be judged on the basis of hedonic versus utilitarian criteria. When consumers see the product before they receive attribute information, however, the product's appearance can stimulate them to form an affect-based initial impression that they later use as a basis for judgments independent of the criteria they would otherwise apply. Consequently, the mood that consumers happen to be in has different effects on their judgments than it would otherwise.
Source Title: Journal of Consumer Research
ISSN: 00935301
DOI: 10.1086/422119
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