University of Southern California

Francesca Valsesia
Ph.D. student in Marketing

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

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Education: 
M.S. with distinction, Political Science and Political Economy; M.S. summa cum laude, Economics and Management; B.S. Economics and Management

Overview

Francesca is a Marketing Ph.D. student at the USC Marshall School of Business. Her research interests are: judgment and decision making, consumer identity, social influence, and consumption of cultural goods

Research

Valsesia, F., Nunes, J., and Ordanini, A. (2016) "The Sideline Effect: How Partitioning an Audience into Addressees and Bystanders Facilitates Self-Presentation Objectives,” under review at Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.,".
Nunes, J. C., Ordanini, A., and Valsesia, F. (2015) "The Power of Repetition: Repetitive Lyrics in a Song Increase Processing Fluency and Drive Market Success," Journal of Consumer Psychology , 25 (2), 187-199.
Nunes, J., Ordanini, A., and Valsesia, F. (2015) "The Power of Repetition: Repetitive Lyrics in a Song Increase Processing Fluency and Drive Market Success," 25 (2), 187-199.