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hedonic

(hē-dŏn′ĭk) [Gr. hedonikos, pleasurable]
Pertaining to pleasure and its perception.
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The average value of hedonic tone is more for people with headache, cough or respiratory problems.
In Section II we provide a review of the literature on hedonic pricing models with an emphasis on the influence of neighborhood amenities on property values.
Preliminary research suggests a new wave of insights into how aggregate shocks influence the ways that hedonic and sorting models evaluate non-market tradeoffs.
From the discussion of Ricardian approach and Hedonic Method, it may or should not be construed that the two models overlap each other.
The next section gives the interpretation of findings of the current qualitative study with the frame of emotional constructs of consumer guilt, transgressions of norms, self-control failure and indulgence and hedonic consumption.
While this study represents the most comprehensive analysis in terms of explaining residential sales prices using hedonic methods, the study is limited to data for Clark County, Nevada, between 2004 and 2007.
W]hile hedonic calculation is essential for every individual in his own life, a misuse of hedonic calculations to apply over too wide a group of people--people who for whatever reasons have too divergent a view of what makes them happy--is a prescription for disaster .
H4: The hedonic perception of a product influences, in a positive way, the product's purchase intention on sales promotion.
Currently, in the United States, import prices largely are calculated using matched-model rather than hedonic methods, raising the possibility that import prices for some products could suffer from bias.
It will cover how to establish a product's hedonic status based on sensory attributes alone, rather than brand, positioning, imagery or other non-sensory aspects.