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Synonyms for hedonic

characterized by or devoted to pleasure and luxury as a lifestyle

Synonyms for hedonic

devoted to pleasure

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Overall liking scores from the hedonic analysis indicated that the 1% fresh elderberry concentration was the most desirable at 6.
The first study required participants placed in front of either a desktop or iPod Touch to exercise their shopping habits when presented a hedonic offer (a discounted restaurant certificate) or a utilitarian product (a discounted grocery certificate).
The additional studies performed also followed the pattern of placing a hedonic option against a utilitarian one.
The hedonic risk in advertising is also associated with brand awareness of Mountain Dew and positively affects the attitude towards the brand.
This paper highlights the hedonic pricing model as a useful instrument for managers and entrepreneurs, when they establish the pricing policy for their touristic products.
In hedonic regressions, it is customary to include the time of sale as dummy variables to capture the movement of house prices.
In addition to affecting thinking, preferences, and behavior, it also has sizable hedonic consequences, especially when people experience partisan losses.
Wiedmann, Hennigs, and Siebels (2009) further investigated a comprehensive conceptualization of consumers' perceived luxury value, and classified it in four value dimensions with nine facets: social value (conspicuousness and prestige values), personal value (self-identity, hedonic, and materialistic values), financial value (price) and functional value (usability, quality, and uniqueness).
Among several reasons for hedonic adaptation, falling positive emotions and rising aspirations are discussed along with causes of happiness and policy implications.
Regardless of how much consumers like or feel good about a product or service, they tend to have less pleasure in consumption, a phenomenon known as hedonic adaptation (WANG; NOVEMSKY; DHAR, 2009).
Rosen (1974) advances the theoretical conditions necessary for identification of the structural parameters in hedonic estimation.
The simplest and the most popular classification divides them into Repeat-sales Regression (hereafter RSR) and Hedonic Regression (hereafter HR) (Ginsburgh et al.
Derived from the Greek word for "pleasure," hedonic models take into account the characteristics, or amenities, of a property that make it more attractive (provide more "utility") and hence more valuable to a buyer.
As a result of this change, we argue that the matched-model methodology used in the PPI for MPUs likely started to be biased in the mid-2000s and that hedonic indexes can provide a more accurate measure of price change since then.