An experiment analyzing information overload and its impact on students' consumer knowledge of high-definition television
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This study examined college students' consumer knowledge and how information overload affect students' understanding of High-Definition Television (HDTV). It explored the possible contributing attributes that may lead to information overload. It examined students' knowledge of High-Definition Television, and how both experience and perception of HDTV can influence information intake. When High-Definition TV was being touted to the world, broadcasters, manufacturers, and the government were rushing to inform the public of the transition and its impact. From $40 coupons for conversion boxes to ...