Department of Marketing

Leticia Vedolin
PhD fellow


Letícia has been doing research on the effects of mindfulness and meditation on consumer related variables. For her master’s thesis she tested how mindfulness and meditation practices affect consumers' credibility on fake news and the effects of these practices on consumers’ attentional patterns. She has experience with experimental and eye tracking research. For her PhD at CBS, she is going to test the effects of mindfulness and meditation on consumer decision making (e.g. eating, finance, shopping). Letícia in interested in consumer behaviour, consumer and well-being, Transformative Consumer Research and ethical consumption.

Primary research areas
  • Consumer Behaviour
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Leticia Vedolin; Torsten Ringberg; Jesper Clement / Not as Mindful as You Think: A Multidisciplinary Review of the Conscious and Non-conscious Processes of Mindfulness and Consumption
Paper presented at ACR Conference 2021, 2021
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Mellina da Silva Terres; Simoni F. Rohden; Leticia Vedolin; Bárbara Foiato Hein Machado; Karen Magnus; Agnes Altmann; Dieine Estela Bernieri Schiavon / The Covid-19 Pandemic : Paths for Future Research in Marketing Involving the Regulatory Role of Prosocial Consumption.
In: Revista Brasileira de Marketing, Vol. 19, No. 3, 2020, p. 611-626
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Leticia Vedolin Sebastião; Cristiane Pizzutti / The Effects of Mindfulness Meditation on Fake News Credibility
In: Proceedings of the EMAC 2020 Regional ConferenceBrussels : European Marketing Academy. EMAC 2020, 1 p. (Proceedings of the European Marketing Academy)
Conference abstract in proceedings > peer review