Aneeta Rattan
Aneeta Rattan
Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour, London Business School
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Why do women opt out? Sense of belonging and women's representation in mathematics.
C Good, A Rattan, CS Dweck
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (4), 700, 2012
“It's ok—Not everyone can be good at math”: Instructors with an entity theory comfort (and demotivate) students
A Rattan, C Good, CS Dweck
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (3), 731-737, 2012
Leveraging Mindsets to Promote Academic Achievement Policy Recommendations
A Rattan, K Savani, D Chugh, CS Dweck
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (6), 721-726, 2015
Diversity ideologies and intergroup relations: An examination of colorblindness and multiculturalism
A Rattan, N Ambady
European Journal of Social Psychology 43 (1), 12-21, 2013
Gender-based rejection sensitivity and academic self-silencing in women.
B London, G Downey, R Romero-Canyas, A Rattan, D Tyson
Journal of personality and social psychology 102 (5), 961, 2012
Who confronts prejudice? The role of implicit theories in the motivation to confront prejudice
A Rattan, CS Dweck
Psychological science 21 (7), 952-959, 2010
Can Everyone Become Highly Intelligent? Cultural Differences in and Societal Consequences of Beliefs About the Universal Potential for Intelligence
A Rattan, K Savani, NVR Naidu, CS Dweck
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 103 (5), 787, 2012
Race and the fragility of the legal distinction between juveniles and adults
A Rattan, CS Levine, CS Dweck, JL Eberhardt
PloS one 7 (5), e36680, 2012
A choice mind-set increases the acceptance and maintenance of wealth inequality
K Savani, A Rattan
Psychological science 23 (7), 796-804, 2012
The role of social meaning in inattentional blindness: When the gorillas in our midst do not go unseen
A Rattan, JL Eberhardt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (6), 1085-1088, 2010
Implicit theories shape intergroup relations
PB Carr, A Rattan, CS Dweck
Advances in experimental social psychology 45, 127-165, 2012
How “it gets better” effectively communicating support to targets of prejudice
A Rattan, N Ambady
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (5), 555-566, 2014
Meta-lay theories of scientific potential drive underrepresented students’ sense of belonging to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
A Rattan, K Savani, M Komarraju, MM Morrison, C Boggs, N Ambady
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 115 (1), 54, 2018
What happens after prejudice is confronted in the workplace? How mindsets affect minorities’ and women’s outlook on future social relations.
A Rattan, CS Dweck
Journal of Applied Psychology 103 (6), 676, 2018
Adults’ theories of intelligence affects feedback to males and females in math
C Good, A Rattan, CS Dweck
Unpublished data, Columbia University, 2007
Identical applicant but different outcomes: The impact of gender versus race salience in hiring
A Rattan, J Steele, N Ambady
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (1), 80-97, 2019
Understanding intergroup relations through the lens of implicit theories (mindsets) of malleability
A Rattan, OAM Georgeac
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 11 (4), e12305, 2017
Is Education a Fundamental Right? People’s Lay Theories About Intellectual Potential Drive Their Positions on Education
K Savani, A Rattan, CS Dweck
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (9), 1284-1295, 2017
The effects of perceiving fixed-ability environments and stereotyping on women’s sense of belonging to math
C Good, C Dweck, A Rattan
Unpublished paper. Barnard College, Columbia University, 2006
An Exploratory Investigation of Americans’ Expression of Gender Bias Before and After the 2016 Presidential Election
OAM Georgeac, A Rattan, DA Effron
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (5), 632-642, 2019
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