小橋 昭彦 2004年10月14日

Neural correlates of behavioral preference for culturally familiar drinks
The preference for Coke versus Pepsi is not only a matter for the tongue to decide, Samuel McClure and his colleagues have found. Brain scans of people tasting the soft drinks reveal that knowing which drink they’re tasting affects their preference and activates memory-related brain regions that recall cultural influences. Thus, say the researchers, they have shown neurologically how a culturally based brand image influences a behavioral choice.
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http://www.csbmb.princeton.edu/~smcclure/

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