There may be a thousand and one answers. But as I said, all "professionals" are trying to turn metaphysics into science. If we want to decode buying behavior, we can start by understanding basic human behavior. Let's first look at a great experiment. Like other great experiments, the protagonist is not a man, but a mouse. In the laboratory of the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT,
a group of mice have been implanted with miniature wire devices that can record their brain activity. The daily job of the guinea pigs is to walk the fax number list maze, and their maze looks like this. This maze is a bit special in two places, one is that there is a flap on the left, and the other is that there is a chocolate hidden in the left corner at the bottom of the maze. Every time they walked through the maze,
the mice would hear a "click" sound, the shutter was removed, and then they continued to search for the taste of chocolate, then turned left, and finally ate the chocolate. After a week, the mice's brain waveforms had undergone some wonderful changes. At the beginning of the game, the mice's brains were active all the way, but after a week, the mice were only excited when they heard "clicks" and ate chocolate. This experiment took place in the 1990s.