|Title:||Heard but Falsely Remembered? The Attention and Memory Effect of Product Placement in TV Episodes|
|Keywords:||產品置入;視聽整合;理解歷程;偽記憶;product placement;audio-visual integration;comprehension process;false memory|
National Chiao Tung University. Taiwan Academy for Information Society.
While product placement has been widely used in various media contexts, there is no consensus on how or why the perceptual modality and story plot converge to determine its effectiveness in communication. From the theoretical views of situated comprehension and false memory, the present study investigated the attention and memory effects caused by verbal mention and plot connection of product placement. An experiment using different types of product placements in TV episodes as stimuli showed that: (1) high plot connection placements gained more attention and had better brand memory performance than their low plot connection counterparts; (2) verbal mention exerted a reverse effect on brand memory performance of high or low plot connection placements. The present study concluded that the theoretical perspective of situated comprehension and false memory successfully explained the cognitive effect of product placement, thus offering a plausible approach to future media research and providing practical implications for industry.
Journal of Cyber Culture and Information Society
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