Blogs by Elizabeth Horn, Ph.D.

2018

  • 15Jan
    Why 95? The Relevance of 95% Significance Level
    Posted by Elizabeth Horn, Ph.D.
    Significance level

    I wonder how many beneficial scientific insights have been discounted or flat out ignored because of adherence to 95%?

    And in the market research industry, what great nuggets of truth have we inadvertently missed? To its credit, market research is less rigid in its significance testing. Some companies even maintain a standard of 90%, recognizing that 95% may cause them to overlook something important.
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2017

  • 22Sep
    Pricing Research

    How do you know if a new product will be successful?

    Will people like it? Will they buy it? Will they tell others about it? Will they give positive ratings and reviews? Will they buy it a second time? And a third? Will we make a profit on it? How quickly?
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2016

  • 1Jun
    Food Manufacturers Struggle with Right to Know GMOs law in Vermont
    Posted by Bonnie Janzen and Elizabeth Horn, Ph.D.
    Right to Know GMO laws

    Why should consumers all over the United States care about the packaging in Vermont?

    Over time, other states may adopt the Vermont laws (or similar legislation). Food and beverage companies are scrambling to respond to the changing legal landscape. Because of manufacturing/distribution limitations, any changes made to product labels to accommodate Vermont’s new law would likely be made for all products sold in the United States. Companies actively are seeking guidance to answer key questions:
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