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The interaction between interpreted space, mood and behavior in retail environments - Retail design - Katelijn Quartier,

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Based on an interdisciplinary theoretical framework, the model captures the interaction between interpreted space, a consumer’s emotions/mood and actual behavior in retail spaces, but now from a designer’s perspective by focusing on the holistic nature.

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editor: PHL University College
research report - English
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published: 10/2009
updated: 07/2012

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