flow of emotion

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

flow of emotion (plural flows of emotion)

  1. (advertising) Research results that plot the audience’s level and type of emotional response, moment-by-moment, through a commercial.
    It was easy to see in the flow of emotion results that people had strong negative emotions toward the voice-over, so we had the announcer read the copy less sarcastically and people loved the ad.
  2. (advertising) A research technique that deconstructs the dramatic structure of a commercial in terms of emotional response to the advertisement rather than the rational response to the messaging.

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Last modified on 20 June 2013, at 21:47