CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Aim for the unconscious.

That’s the advice of Harvard Business School professor Gerald Zaltman, whose new book "How Customers Think" says that focus groups are passé, surveys overrated and the real gold mine lies in consumers’ unconscious, that "messy stew of memories, emotions, thoughts and other cognitive processes we’re not aware of or can’t articulate."

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