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Paper Title :
The Influence Of Cognitive And Affective Priming On Banner Ad Attention And Effect

Author :Chiung-Wen Hsu

Article Citation :Chiung-Wen Hsu , (2015 ) " The Influence Of Cognitive And Affective Priming On Banner Ad Attention And Effect " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 173-178, Volume-1,Issue-9, Special Issue-2, Oct

Abstract : The purpose of this study is to investigate the factor of web context in directing consumers’ attention to peripheral banner advertising and explore the moderate effect of ad attention on attitudes. Cognitive and affective priming activated by web contents are discussed in the study. Cognitive priming is manipulated by web contents being congruent with ad contents, and affective priming is manipulated by positive and negative affect aroused by web contents. Advertising attention and effects are measured as dependent variables; advertising attention is measured by the eye-tracking (1000 Hz EyeLink) which is used for recording respondents’ fixations; and, advertising effects including recall and attitudes are measured by questionnaires. A laboratory experiment is conducted and a total of 62 subjects are recruited in this study. This study has contrary results showing that cognitive priming has no significant impact on advertising attention and attitudes. Similarly, affective priming has no positive relationship with advertising attention, while positive affect has better advertising attitudes than negative affect does. Finally, the relationship between affective priming and advertising attitudes is moderated by ad attention. Specifically, with low advertising attention, consumers’ ad attitudes are influenced by consumers’ affect; however, with high advertising attention, this does not happen. Keywords - Banner advertising, cognitive priming, affective priming, web context, ad attention, ad effects, eye-tracking.

Type : Research paper

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