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Dovilė Barauskaitė
Short description / mini CV: 

Doctoral studies in Social Sciences, Management, 4th year doctoral student.

Dovile Barauskaite is a Researcher and fourth-year PhD candidate at the Management Department, ISM. She holds an MSc in Marketing from Vilnius University (Cum Laude). Prior to her doctoral studies, Dovile gained five-year working experience in the marketing industry and worked as a market research executive.

Broadly speaking, her research areas focus on consumer behavior and understanding the psychology of consumers. More specifically, she investigates the influence of aversive states on consumers’ motivations and behavior, compensatory consumption and health-related consumer behavior and decision making. Her research includes how best to use marketing tools to facilitate healthier food and lifestyle decisions. Other areas of interest include research methodology.

Dovile had training in Norway (BI Norwegian Business School), Belgium (EIASM) and research visits to the Netherlands (University of Groningen) and Japan (Tokyo University). Her research has been presented at numerous international conferences, including the Association for Consumer Research, Society for Consumer Psychology, and the European Marketing Association conferences.

She was awarded doctoral scholarship for academic achievements (2018, Research Council of Lithuania) and ACR doctoral scholarship (2017, Association for Consumer Research).

 

 

 

 

Publications

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Yamaguchi, M., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Yamaguchi, M., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress: How Conspicuous Consumption, Perceived Self-control Motivation, and Descriptive Normative Influence Determine Functional Food Choices. Appetite, 131, 1, 59-67.

Barauskaitė, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, B.M. (2018). The Power of the Past: Consumer Nostalgia as a Coping Resource.

Barauskaitė, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, B.M. (2018). The Power of the Past: Consumer Nostalgia as a Coping Resource. In A. Gershoff, R. Kozinets, & T. White (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 46. (Dallas, USA)

 

Fennis, M.B., Gineikiene, J., Barauskaitė, D., van Koningsbruggen, M.G. (2018). Trapped in the Rabbit Hole: Life History Strategies Modulate the Impact of Mild Stress on Hedonic Consumption.

Fennis, M.B., Gineikiene, J., Barauskaitė, D., van Koningsbruggen, M.G. (2018). Trapped in the Rabbit Hole: Life History Strategies Modulate the Impact of Mild Stress on Hedonic Consumption. In A. Gershoff, R. Kozinets, & T. White (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 46. (Dallas, USA)

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene J. (2017). Do You Feel Younger Enough To Choose Nostalgic Products? Exploring the Role of Age Identity in Nostalgic Consumption Experience.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene J. (2017). Do You Feel Younger Enough To Choose Nostalgic Products? Exploring the Role of Age Identity in Nostalgic Consumption Experience. Baltic Journal of Management, 12, 3. (2016 Impact Factor: 0.761).

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., and Fennis, B.M. (2017). Saved by the Past? Activated Disease Threat Promotes Consumer Preferences for Nostalgic Products.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., and Fennis, B.M. (2017). Saved by the Past? Activated Disease Threat Promotes Consumer Preferences for Nostalgic Products. In A. Gneezy, V. Griskevicius, & P. Williams (Eds.). Advances in Consumer Research, 45.

Barauskaitė-Kazlauskė, D., & Gineikienė, J. (2017). Nostalgia may not work for everyone: the case of innovative consumers.

Barauskaitė-Kazlauskė, D., & Gineikienė, J. (2017). Nostalgia may not work for everyone: the case of innovative consumers. Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies, 8(1(15)), 33-43.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress: How Conspicuous Consumption, Self-control, and Normative Influence Determine Functional Food Choices.

Barauskaite, D., Gineikiene, J., Fennis, M.B., Auruskeviciene, V., Kondo, N. (2018). Eating Healthy to Impress: How Conspicuous Consumption, Self-control, and Normative Influence Determine Functional Food Choices. EMAC 47th Annual Conference, United Kingdom.