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Brain Scans In Your Home

Brain scans (of a sort) are coming to a home near you. Neuromarketing firm EmSense has launched a new service that they say will let them monitor emotional reactions while consumers are at home. Noting that market research is conducted [...]

By |April 15th, 2011|

Facial EMG: Muscles Don’t Lie?

We talk a lot about EEG measurements for neuromarketing purposes, and occasionally fMRI. We've also discussed facial coding, in which expert viewers analyze fleeting facial expressions to detect emotional states. A technique related to facial coding but with some distinct [...]

By |April 4th, 2011|

ARF on Neuromarketing: Not So Fast

The first batch of information from the Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) NeuroStandards Collaboration Project has been released, and, perhaps unsurprisingly, the main conclusion seems to be that more research is needed. A draft of a summary document shows equivocal results. [...]

By |March 23rd, 2011|

Easier Neuromarketing Studies with Mynd

A key limitation of neuromarketing studies that employ brain scan technology has been convenience. fMRI, of course, presents major problems: ultra-costly equipment, a noisy and confined space, inability to move, etc. EEG, which uses external electrodes in a cap-like array, [...]

By |March 22nd, 2011|

Disney Media and Advertising Lab

Back in 2009, we reported on what seemed to be a secret neuromarketing lab in Austin operated by Disney. As much as we hear about neuro-cinema and neuro-enhanced movies, it seems that Disney's goal is more prosaic: determining which ads [...]

By |March 7th, 2011|

Inside NeuroFocus

Somehow, one might expect the most prominent neuromarketing firm to have more ostentatious offices than a modest two-story building nestled in a mixed-use Berkeley, CA neighborhood. A skateboard park is across the street, and neighboring businesses include discount outlets and [...]

By |February 7th, 2011|