Jannine Lasaleta, a Ph.D. candidate in her fifth year of study in the marketing department, came to the Carlson School of Management from York University, Toronto, Canada. Lasaleta holds a BA in psychology from the University of British Columbia, where she focused on cross-cultural psychology, comparing the differences between Japanese and North American culture, and an MA in social psychology from York University, where her thesis examined the self-conscious emotions of shame and guilt and their impact on forgiveness.
Lasaleta's primary research stream investigates how the experience of nostalgia affects consumer attitudes and behaviors across varying contexts. Other streams of reserach examine motivation for money, and satiation. Her advisor is Dr. Kathleen Vohs.
Lasaleta, Jannine D., Kathleen D. Vohs, and Constantine Sedikides, “Nostalgia Weakens the Desire for Money,” Second round revision requested at the Journal of Consumer Research.
Lasaleta, Jannine D. and Kathleen D. Vohs, “With Friends Like These, Who Needs Money? Perceptions of Social
Support Make Money Less Desirable,” Working paper available. Target: Psychological Science.
Lasaleta, Jannine D. and Joseph P. Redden, “The U-Shaped Effect of Similarity on Satiation Rate,” Working paper available. Target: Journal of Consumer Research.
Vohs, Kathleen D., Jannine D. Lasaleta, and Bob Fennis (2009), “Self-Regulation in the Interpersonal Sphere,” in J. Forgas, R. Baumeister, and D. Tice (eds.), Cognitive, Affective, and Motivational Processes, Psychology Press, USA, 289-302.
Vohs, Kathleen D. and Jannine D. Lasaleta (2008), “Heterosexual Sexual Behavior, Social Exchange, and Basic Economic Principles: Sexual Economics Theory,” Minnesota Journal of Law, Science, and Techonology, 9, 757-74.
Heine, Steven J., Tim Takemoto, Sophia Moskalenko, Jannine D. Lasaleta, and Joseph Henrich (2008), “Mirrors in the Head: Cultural Variation in Objective Self-Awareness,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 879-87.
This individual is not scheduled to teach in the last, current, or next term.