Fear of the latch

Fear of latches refers to a psychological inhibition threshold of consumers to enter a retail store by opening the shop door. It is a special form of fear of the threshold. To counteract the fear of handles, larger retailers are moving to installing automatic doors that open by themselves. In arcades and shopping centers, the form of open shop and counter management is increasingly being chosen in order to bring the goods closer to the consumer.

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