Check out our new publication about caffeine’s influence on our consumer decisions

21.11.2023 -  

A series of experiments indicate that after consuming high doses of caffeine, we are likely to fall prey to marketers’ efforts to manipulate our product choice by presenting mostly irrelevant product alternatives to foster target sales.

However, our results indicate that this adverse consequence of caffeine intake only holds for high doses of 200 mg of caffeine (e.g., 20 fl oz Monster Energy or a large coffee) and real purchases. Notably, we found no influence of caffeine consumption in hypothetical product choices and low doses of caffeine.

The freely available article can be read in Marketing Letters:

The article was authored by Michael Canty, Felix Josua Lang, Susanne Jana Adler, Marcel Lichters, and Marko Sarstedt.


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