• We propose online consumer experiences (OCEs) for psychological recovery. • We conducted 2 studies, and 1078 online shoppers participated in this study. • OCEs could increase satisfaction and reduce complaint during delivery delay. • Desire for control moderated the OCEs effects. • Consumer susceptibility to interpersonal influence moderated the OCEs effects.
We propose a new type of psychological recovery strategy (i.e., online consumer experiences, OCEs) for online shopping delivery delay. We developed 4 types of OCEs based on the interactivity concept (low machine interactivity with low person interactivity, MIL–PIL; high machine interactivity with low person interactivity, MIH–PIL; low machine interactivity with high person interactivity, MIL–PIH, and high machine interactivity with high person interactivity, MIH–PIH). We conducted 2 studies, and 1078 online shoppers participated in this study. The results indicate that when consumers meet a delivery delay, proving them with OCEs could increase satisfaction and reduce complaint intention. Cognitive dissonance (CD) from inconsistency between OCEs and direct experience also moderates OCEs effects on satisfaction, repurchase intention, and complaint intention. Finally, desire for control (DC) and consumer susceptibility to interpersonal influence (CSII) moderate the OCEs effects on satisfaction, repurchase intention, and complaint intention: consumers with low DC and low CSII prefer MIL–PIL; consumers with high DC and low CSII prefer MIH–PIL, consumers with low DC and high CSII prefer MIL–PIH, and consumers with high DC and high CSII prefer MIH–PIH.
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Sure we could. Similar to how rods and cones work in the brain, they realized they could split up colors into Luminance and Chrominance – that’s right, our eye exhibits both RGB and Y’CbCr behavior. That’s why it works!'
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