Bad Products are Good Products

According to a study in the current issue of the Journal of Consumer Research, repeated product warnings are sometimes perceived as product recommendations, particularly among the elderly:

“Telling people that a consumer claim is false can make them misremember it as true. The more often older adults were told that a given claim is false, the more likely they were to accept it as true after several days have passed.”

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