Similarly, the direct effects of involvement have been examined on both awareness and conative
processing (Walraven et al.
That is, to the extent of the considerable diminishing of the phatic and conative
it is a loyalty state containing commitment to buy.
Consumer satisfaction and identity theory: A model of sport spectator conative
The Humean theory of motivation divides the psychological states responsible for action into two fundamental classes: states that represent the way the world is, also called cognitive states, and states that motivate, also called conative
This paper explores the relationship between the ascription of value to an object and an assessment of conative
attitudes taken towards that object.
To achieve this kind of understanding requires a kind of training that goes beyond spontaneous (non-conative
) empathic skills, as well as standard conative
empathy and common-sense categories.
Probably the verb "orient" is the best contemporary way to keep Spinoza's conative
being in the foreground.
Oliver (1999) pointed out that customer loyalty evolves and consists of four stages: cognitive loyalty, affective loyalty, conative
loyalty, and action loyalty.
These functions he terms are emotive, referential, poetic, phatic, metalingual, and conative
In addition to this conservative function, religion also had a creative, conative
, dynamic function, as energizer and life giver.
This result agrees with Gronroos (1990), by confirming the importance of this construct to the continuity of a relationship, and also with Oliver (1999), by proposing an understanding of loyalty in phases--in which the greater the commitment, the greater the likelihood of leading affective or conative
loyalty to active loyalty.