According to a recent study from Cornell University, cereals marketed to children tend to be placed on lower shelves (not so weird) and the feature characters on the cereal boxes are drawn to ‘look downward’ toward our kids in the super market isles???
The Cornell team examined 65 different types of cereal at 10 different grocery stores. The team measured the angle of the character’s gaze four feet away from the shelf. Over half of the kid’s characters looked down…
This eye contact isn’t just a matter of being polite.
The study found that trust for and connection to a brand are significantly increased when eye contact is established. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/03/cereal-boxes-gaze_n_5078704.html
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