Expert reveals the psychological differences between those who love or loathe Black Friday shopping #Sales @MondoPlayer [Video]

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How do YOU feel about Black Friday shopping? Expert reveals the psychological difference between people who love chasing the annual deals and those who hate itPsychology indicates several factors determine which side of divide you land onTask-oriented shoppers prefers to get in and get out with...

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How do YOU feel about Black Friday shopping? Expert reveals the psychological difference between people who love chasing the annual deals and those who hate it

  • Psychology indicates several factors determine which side of divide you land on
  • Task-oriented shoppers prefers to get in and get out with the items they need
  • Socially oriented shoppers, however, …

For every avid bargain hunter who plans for the day as if training for a marathon, there’s someone else who stays home, secure in the knowledge that no one will trample them, shove them or invade their personal space just to get this season’s hottest deals. File photo

Task-oriented shoppers typically focus on finding the things they need as quickly as possible and with the least amount of effort. Socially oriented shoppers, on the other hand, enjoy the presence of others while they shop. File photo

There may still be ways for you to comfortably participate in Black Friday and its bargains, the researcher says. First, make a list of everyone for whom you would like to find a gift. Then do your research on the sales that might help you achieve your goals. File photo