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Derek Theriault

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Date of entry: 2013 Fall
Expected graduation date: 2019 Winter

Current phase of study: Phase III (Thesis)
Specialization:
Marketing
Status: Full-time student

Research Interests: Consumer behavior, new product adoption, religion and consumption, political ideology and consumption, environmental psychology, evolutionary bases of consumption, philosophy of science

derek.theriault@concordia.ca

 


Education

  • MA, Applied Linguistics (Psycholinguistics), Concordia University, Montreal, 2010
  • Certificate: Adult Education: Teaching English as a Second Language, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, 2007
  • BSc, Double Major: Biology & Political Science, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2003

Academic and teaching experience

  • Introduction to Marketing (MARK 201), Concordia University, lecturer
  • Consumer Behaviour (MARK 671), Concordia University, teaching assistant
  • Consumer Psychology and Decision Making (ADMI 830), Concordia University, teaching assistant
  • English Communications (various courses), College of the North Atlantic – Qatar, lecturer
  • Academic Writing (ESL 208), Concordia University, lecturer
  • Academic Writing (various courses), Algonquin College, lecturer

Work experience

  • Assessment Coordinator, College of the North Atlantic – Qatar, Doha, Qatar, 2011 – 2013
  • English Communication Instructor, College of the North Atlantic – Qatar, Doha, Qatar, 2010 – 2011
  • Academic Writing Instructor, Algonquin College, Ottawa, Ontario, 2010
  • Academic Writing Instructor, Concordia University, Montreal, 2009
  • Operations, Montreal Formula 1, Montreal, 2004 – 2007

Conference publications

  • Theriault, D., & Saad, G. (2018). Religion and New Product Adoption, Society for Consumer Psychology, Dallas, Texas
  • Theriault, D., & Saad, G. (2016). I Love the Cozy Places: Prospect-Refuge Theory Explains Restaurant Spatial Preferences, Northeastern Evolutionary Psychology Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Theriault, D., & Saad, G. (2015). I Love the Cozy Places: Prospect-Refuge Theory Explains Restaurant Spatial Preferences, Association for Consumer Research Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Theriault, D., Saad, G., & Davidson, A. (2015). Liberal or Conservative: Political Ideology and Brands, Annual Graduate Research Exposition, Montreal, Quebec

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