Preceptive Behavior Model – Stealing Share’s unique brand discovery process of uncovering customer and target market precepts.
Price Elasticity – A comparative price study that shows the price ranges consumers are willing to pay for a product/service and their subsequent effects on demand.
Process – In decision making, this is a category or product description that describes the product’s attributes. For example, a process describing “soap powder” might be “it is inexpensive” or “it smells good.”
Processive – Describing something that is characteristic of the category or engaging in a behavior for the sake of that behavior that ultimately adds little or nothing.
Projectable – Research data that can reasonably be predictable given a confidence level and margin of error.
Prospects – Potential customers and markets.
Purpose – In decision making, this is the reasoning behind Processes. Purposes are needs and wants that are satisfied by processes.
Quadrant – A block of space between the X and Y axes.
Qualitative – Non-numerical values/codes resulting from research. Qualitative data is usually not statistically predictive of a population and is usually used as the foundation for quantitative research.
Quantitative – Numerical values resulting from research. Quantitative data is usually statistically predictive of a given population as long a sound research methodology was used in gathering the data.
Raw Data – Uncleaned/unmanipulated data from research studies.
RDD (random digit dialing) – The use of computers to randomly dial phone numbers in order to get a random sample. Used primarily in research.
Reach – The ability of the brand to influence a certain radius of customers.