Sensory Stories # 23: Shopping malls or internet shopping
Posted: 1 April, 2022
By: Annemarie Lombard
Where do you prefer to shop? Why do you think that is? In this video, Annemarie talks about how our sensory thresholds contribute to our choices and behaviours.
Sensory avoiders (people with low sensory thresholds) tend to avoid the multisensory stimulation that malls provide. In this case, online shopping is preferred. On the other hand, sensory seekers (those with high sensory thresholds) usually prefer high sensory input such as a busy shopping mall.
Watch the video to learn more about your unique sensory wiring and better understand how this influences human behaviour.
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