Assistant Professor of Marketing
Ph.D. in Marketing, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, 2012
Consumer Behavior; Goals and Motivation; Symbolic Consumption; Rewards in Marketing
Academic Positions Held
Arizona State University: 2015-present. Previous appointments: Erasmus University; Assistant Professor of Marketing, 2012-2015; Stanford University; Visiting Scholar, Spring 2013, 2014 and 2015
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research VENI grant (€ 250,000), 2014; Erasmus Research Institute of Management’s Early Career Talent Program, 2012; SCP Doctoral Dissertation Competition, Honorable Mention, 2011; AMA Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2011
Lisjak, Monika, Andrea Bonezzi, Soo Kim, and Derek D. Rucker (2015), “Perils of Compensatory Consumption: Within-Domain Compensation Undermines Subsequent Self-Regulation,” Journal of Consumer Research 41 (February), 1186-203. [Media Coverage: Chicago Tribune, Forbes, TIME magazine, New York Magazine, Psychology Today, etc.]
Lisjak, Monika and Angela Y. Lee (2014), “The Bright Side of Impulse: Depletion Heightens Self-Protective Behavior in the Face of Danger,” Journal of Consumer Research, 41 (June), 55-70. [Media Coverage: ABC News Radio, Science Daily, Shape magazine, The Huffington Post, etc.]
Lisjak, Monika, Angela Y. Lee, and Wendi L. Gardner (2012), “When a Threat to the Brand Is a Threat to the Self: The Importance of Brand Identification and Implicit Self-Esteem in Predicting Defensiveness,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38 (September), 1120-1132. [Media Coverage: Business Insider, Business News Daily, The Economist, etc.]
Lisjak, Monika, Daniel C. Molden, and Angela Y. Lee (2012), “Primed Interference: The Cognitive and Behavioral Costs of an Incongruity between Chronic and Primed Motivational Orientations,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102 (May), 889-909. [Lead Article]
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MKT 402 - Consumer Behavior
Applies behavioral concepts in the analysis of consumer behavior and the use of behavioral analysis in marketing strategy formulation.