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
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
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
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
Adults’ theories of intelligence affects feedback to males and females in math
C Good, A Rattan, CS Dweck
Unpublished data, Columbia University, 2007
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
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
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
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
White’s Perceptions of Biracial Individuals’ Race Shift When Biracials Speak Out Against Bias
LS Wilton, A Rattan, DT Sanchez
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (8), 953-961, 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
An incremental theory decreases vulnerability to stereotypes about math ability in college females
C Good, CS Dweck, A Rattan
Unpublished data, Columbia University, 2005
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