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• The Economic Model
• Learning Model
• Psychological Model
• The Sociological Model
• The Howard Sheth Model of buying behaviour
• The Nicosia Model
• The Engle-Kollat-Blackwell Model
• Engle, Blackwell and Miniard (EBM) Model
• Webstar and Wind Model of organizational
buying behaviour
• The Sheth Model of Industrial buying
Traditional Models
• The Economic Model
• Learning Model
• Psychological Model
• The Sociological
Model
Contemporary
Models
• The Howard Sheth
Model of buying
behaviour
• The Nicosia Model
• The Engle-Kollat-
Blackwell Model
• Engle, Blackwell and
Miniard (EBM) Model
• Webstar and Wind
Model of
organizational buying
behaviour
This model assumes that with limited purchasing
power and a set of needs and tastes, a consumer will
allocate his/ her expenditure over different products at
a given prices so as to maximize utility.
Bases for Economic Model:
• Price Effect
• Substitution Effect
• Income Effect
Criticism:
• Fails to explain how does the consumer actually
behave.
• Incompleteness in the Model.
• Lack of broader perspective.
This model help marketers to promote association of
products with strong drivers and cues, which would lead to
positive reinforcement from the consumers.
In marketing context, ‘learning’ will help marketers to
understand how consumer learn to respond in new
marketing situations, or how they have learned and
respond in the past in similar situations.
As Consumers also learn to discriminate and this
information will be useful in working out different
marketing strategies.
This model based on the work of psychologists who
were concerned with personality. The view was human
needs and motives operates on buying.
This theory was developed by Sigmund Frued. Acc. To
him human behaviour is the outcome of
• Id
• Super Ego
• Ego
This model is concerned with personality and says
that human behaviour to a great extent is directed by
a complex set of deep seated motives.
Helps the marketer to know how buyers influenced by
symbolic factors in buying a product.
As per this model, an individual buyer is a part of the
institution called society, gets influenced by it and in turn,
also influences it in its path of development.
The interactions with all the set of society leave some
impressions on him and may play a role in influencing his
buying behaviour.
The marketers, through a process of market
segmentation can work out on the common behaviour
patterns of a specific class and group of buyers and try to
influence their buying pattern.
It attempts to throw light on the rational brand behaviour
shown by buyers when faced with situations involving
incomplete information and limited abilities.
The model refers to three levels of decision making:
• Extensive problem solving
• Limited problem solving
• Routinized response behaviour
The model has borrowed the learning theory concepts to
explain brand choice behaviour when learning takes
places as the buyer moves from extensive to
routinized problem solving behaviour.
• Input variables
• Output variables
• Hypothetic constructs
• Exogenous variables
The model makes significant contribution
to understand consumer behaviour by
identifying the variables which influence
consumers.
Input Variables: these variables acts as stimuli in the
environment.
Stimuli can be of Significative, Symbolic & Social
Significative stimuli are those actual elements of
brands which the buyer confronts, where as Symbolic
stimuli are those which are used by marketers to
represent their products in a symbolic form. Social
stimuli are generated by the social environment such
as family, friends, groups etc.
These are which buyer’s observable responses to
stimulus inputs. They appear in the sequence as
below:
• Attention: Based on the importance of the buyer’s
information intake.
• Comprehension: the store of information the buyer
has about the brand.
• Attitude: the buyer’s evaluation of the particular
brand's potential to satisfy his or her motives.
• Intention: the brand which the buyer intends to buy.
• Purchase behaviour: the act of actually purchasing,
which reflects the buyer’s predisposition to buy as
modified by any of the inhibitors.
The model proposes a number of intervening variables
which have been categorised into two major groups:
perceptual and learning constructs.
Perceptual Constructs include:
• Sensitivity to information: the degree to which the
buyer regulates the stimulus information flow.
• Perceptual bias: refers to distorting or altering
information
• Search for information: it involves actively seeking
information on the brands or their characteristics.
The buyer’s learning constructs can be defined as:
• Motives are general or specific goals impelling
action.
• Brand potential of the evoked set refer to the buyer’s
perception on the ability of brands in his pr her
evoked set to satisfy his or her goals.
• Decision mediators are based on the motives. The
buyer will have certain mental rules for matching and
ranking the purchase alternatives.
• Predisposition refers to a preference towards brand
in the evoked set which expresses an attitude
towards them.
• Inhibitors refers to environmental forces like price
and time pressure which may inhibit or put restrain
on the purchase of a preferred brand.
• Satisfaction the extent to which, post actual
purchase will measure upto the buyer’s expectation
• Exogenous variables:
These are list of a number of external variables
(external to the buyer) which can significantly
influence buyer decisions.
• There is a absence of sharp distinctions between
exogenous variables and other variables.
• Some of the variables, which are not well
defined, and are difficult to measure too.
• The model is quite complex and not very easy to
comprehend.
This model attempts to explain buying behaviour by
establishing a link between the organisation and its
prospective customer. It analyse human being as a system
with stimuli as the input to the system and the human
behaviour as an output of the system.
The model suggests that message from the first influences
the predisposition of the consumer towards the product or
services. Based on the situation, the consumer will have a
certain attitude towards the product. This may result in a
search for the product or an evaluation of the product
attributes by the consumer.
If the customer satisfies with above it may result in a
positive response, with a decision to buy the product
The Nicosia Model explains in 4 basic areas:
Field 1:- the consumer attribute and the firm’s attributes.
The advt. message sent from the company will reach the
consumer attributes.
Field 2:- it is related to the search and evaluation,
undertaken by the consumer, of the advertised product and
also to verify if other alternatives are variable.
Field 3:- it explains how the consumer actually buys the
product.
Field 4:- it is related to the uses of the purchased items. It
can also be related to an output to receive feedback on
sales results by organisation.
• The flow is not completed and does not mention the
various factors internal to the consumer.
• The assumption about the consumer being involved in
the decision process with no predisposition about the
various brands is restricting.
• Overlapping between firm’s attributes and consumers
attributes.
• This model talks of consumer behaviour as a decision
making process in the form of five steps (activities) and
other related variables which occur over a period of
time.
• 5 steps involved in the decision process:
• Problem Recognition
• Information Search
• Alternative Evaluation
• Choice
• Outcome
• Other related Variables included in this
model:
• Information input
• Information processing
• Product – brand evaluation
• General motivating influences
• Internationalised environment influences
About the model
• The model has emphasised on the conscious
decision making process adopted by a consumer.
• The model is easy to understand and is flexible.
• This model recognises that a consumer may not go
through all the steps always. This is because in case
of repeat purchases the consumer may bypass
some of the steps.
• One limitation, the inclusion of environmental
variables and general motivating influences but not
specifying the effect of these on the buyer behaviour.
• It shares certain things with Howard-Sheth model.
• The core of the EBM model is a decision process which
is augmented with inputs from information processing
and other influencing factors.
• Four sections of the Model:
• Input
• Information Processing
• Decision process and
• Variables influencing decision process.
• The EBM Model when compared to the Howard-
seth model is more coherent and flexible than
the latter.
• This model also includes human processes like
memory, information processing and considers
both the positive and negative purchase out
comes.
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Models of cb

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  • 2. • The Economic Model • Learning Model • Psychological Model • The Sociological Model • The Howard Sheth Model of buying behaviour • The Nicosia Model • The Engle-Kollat-Blackwell Model • Engle, Blackwell and Miniard (EBM) Model • Webstar and Wind Model of organizational buying behaviour • The Sheth Model of Industrial buying
  • 3. Traditional Models • The Economic Model • Learning Model • Psychological Model • The Sociological Model Contemporary Models • The Howard Sheth Model of buying behaviour • The Nicosia Model • The Engle-Kollat- Blackwell Model • Engle, Blackwell and Miniard (EBM) Model • Webstar and Wind Model of organizational buying behaviour
  • 4. This model assumes that with limited purchasing power and a set of needs and tastes, a consumer will allocate his/ her expenditure over different products at a given prices so as to maximize utility. Bases for Economic Model: • Price Effect • Substitution Effect • Income Effect Criticism: • Fails to explain how does the consumer actually behave. • Incompleteness in the Model. • Lack of broader perspective.
  • 5. This model help marketers to promote association of products with strong drivers and cues, which would lead to positive reinforcement from the consumers. In marketing context, ‘learning’ will help marketers to understand how consumer learn to respond in new marketing situations, or how they have learned and respond in the past in similar situations. As Consumers also learn to discriminate and this information will be useful in working out different marketing strategies.
  • 6. This model based on the work of psychologists who were concerned with personality. The view was human needs and motives operates on buying. This theory was developed by Sigmund Frued. Acc. To him human behaviour is the outcome of • Id • Super Ego • Ego This model is concerned with personality and says that human behaviour to a great extent is directed by a complex set of deep seated motives. Helps the marketer to know how buyers influenced by symbolic factors in buying a product.
  • 7. As per this model, an individual buyer is a part of the institution called society, gets influenced by it and in turn, also influences it in its path of development. The interactions with all the set of society leave some impressions on him and may play a role in influencing his buying behaviour. The marketers, through a process of market segmentation can work out on the common behaviour patterns of a specific class and group of buyers and try to influence their buying pattern.
  • 8. It attempts to throw light on the rational brand behaviour shown by buyers when faced with situations involving incomplete information and limited abilities. The model refers to three levels of decision making: • Extensive problem solving • Limited problem solving • Routinized response behaviour The model has borrowed the learning theory concepts to explain brand choice behaviour when learning takes places as the buyer moves from extensive to routinized problem solving behaviour.
  • 9. • Input variables • Output variables • Hypothetic constructs • Exogenous variables The model makes significant contribution to understand consumer behaviour by identifying the variables which influence consumers.
  • 10. Input Variables: these variables acts as stimuli in the environment. Stimuli can be of Significative, Symbolic & Social Significative stimuli are those actual elements of brands which the buyer confronts, where as Symbolic stimuli are those which are used by marketers to represent their products in a symbolic form. Social stimuli are generated by the social environment such as family, friends, groups etc.
  • 11. These are which buyer’s observable responses to stimulus inputs. They appear in the sequence as below: • Attention: Based on the importance of the buyer’s information intake. • Comprehension: the store of information the buyer has about the brand. • Attitude: the buyer’s evaluation of the particular brand's potential to satisfy his or her motives. • Intention: the brand which the buyer intends to buy. • Purchase behaviour: the act of actually purchasing, which reflects the buyer’s predisposition to buy as modified by any of the inhibitors.
  • 12. The model proposes a number of intervening variables which have been categorised into two major groups: perceptual and learning constructs. Perceptual Constructs include: • Sensitivity to information: the degree to which the buyer regulates the stimulus information flow. • Perceptual bias: refers to distorting or altering information • Search for information: it involves actively seeking information on the brands or their characteristics.
  • 13. The buyer’s learning constructs can be defined as: • Motives are general or specific goals impelling action. • Brand potential of the evoked set refer to the buyer’s perception on the ability of brands in his pr her evoked set to satisfy his or her goals. • Decision mediators are based on the motives. The buyer will have certain mental rules for matching and ranking the purchase alternatives. • Predisposition refers to a preference towards brand in the evoked set which expresses an attitude towards them. • Inhibitors refers to environmental forces like price and time pressure which may inhibit or put restrain on the purchase of a preferred brand. • Satisfaction the extent to which, post actual purchase will measure upto the buyer’s expectation
  • 14. • Exogenous variables: These are list of a number of external variables (external to the buyer) which can significantly influence buyer decisions.
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  • 16. • There is a absence of sharp distinctions between exogenous variables and other variables. • Some of the variables, which are not well defined, and are difficult to measure too. • The model is quite complex and not very easy to comprehend.
  • 17. This model attempts to explain buying behaviour by establishing a link between the organisation and its prospective customer. It analyse human being as a system with stimuli as the input to the system and the human behaviour as an output of the system. The model suggests that message from the first influences the predisposition of the consumer towards the product or services. Based on the situation, the consumer will have a certain attitude towards the product. This may result in a search for the product or an evaluation of the product attributes by the consumer. If the customer satisfies with above it may result in a positive response, with a decision to buy the product
  • 18. The Nicosia Model explains in 4 basic areas: Field 1:- the consumer attribute and the firm’s attributes. The advt. message sent from the company will reach the consumer attributes. Field 2:- it is related to the search and evaluation, undertaken by the consumer, of the advertised product and also to verify if other alternatives are variable. Field 3:- it explains how the consumer actually buys the product. Field 4:- it is related to the uses of the purchased items. It can also be related to an output to receive feedback on sales results by organisation.
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  • 20. • The flow is not completed and does not mention the various factors internal to the consumer. • The assumption about the consumer being involved in the decision process with no predisposition about the various brands is restricting. • Overlapping between firm’s attributes and consumers attributes.
  • 21. • This model talks of consumer behaviour as a decision making process in the form of five steps (activities) and other related variables which occur over a period of time. • 5 steps involved in the decision process: • Problem Recognition • Information Search • Alternative Evaluation • Choice • Outcome
  • 22. • Other related Variables included in this model: • Information input • Information processing • Product – brand evaluation • General motivating influences • Internationalised environment influences
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  • 24. About the model • The model has emphasised on the conscious decision making process adopted by a consumer. • The model is easy to understand and is flexible. • This model recognises that a consumer may not go through all the steps always. This is because in case of repeat purchases the consumer may bypass some of the steps. • One limitation, the inclusion of environmental variables and general motivating influences but not specifying the effect of these on the buyer behaviour.
  • 25. • It shares certain things with Howard-Sheth model. • The core of the EBM model is a decision process which is augmented with inputs from information processing and other influencing factors. • Four sections of the Model: • Input • Information Processing • Decision process and • Variables influencing decision process.
  • 26. • The EBM Model when compared to the Howard- seth model is more coherent and flexible than the latter. • This model also includes human processes like memory, information processing and considers both the positive and negative purchase out comes.

Editor's Notes

  1. Traditional models:- these models were developed by economists with a view to understand economic systems. Contemporary models:- these models evolved as newer approaches to understand what are influencing consumer behaviour these models focused on the decision process adopted by consumers and borrowed concepts from behavioural sciences field.
  2. Id – the sources of all psychic energy which drives to act Super Ego – the internal representation of what is approved by society Ego – the conscious directing ‘id’ impulses to find gratification in socially accepted manner.
  3. Perceptual constructs which deal with information processing and learning constructs which are related to the buyer’s formation of concepts.