An Exploration of the Psychological Factors Influencing College Students’ Consumption of Mobile Phone in West China

Sanshan Li, Yongjian Li

Abstract


The questionnaire survey method is adopted in this article to analyze the psychological factors influencing
college students’ consumption of mobile phone in west China, and the relationship between the college students’
individual characteristic and the factors what they consider when they choose the mobile phone. Through the
exploration, the influencing factors include the social attribute, the coherence, the novelty, and the reliability.
Relative data are used to establish the NN model. By this model, the psychological prices of different types of
mobile phone in college students could be distinguished, so manufactures could improve the products and
implement the drumbeating based on that.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v5n9p132

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