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Andrei Cimpian
Andrei Cimpian
Professor of Psychology, New York University
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Expectations of brilliance underlie gender distributions across academic disciplines
SJ Leslie, A Cimpian, M Meyer, E Freeland
Science 347 (6219), 262-265, 2015
17672015
Gender stereotypes about intellectual ability emerge early and influence children’s interests
L Bian, SJ Leslie, A Cimpian
Science 355 (6323), 389-391, 2017
15512017
Subtle linguistic cues affect children's motivation
A Cimpian, HMC Arce, EM Markman, CS Dweck
Psychological Science 18 (4), 314-316, 2007
6482007
The inherence heuristic: An intuitive means of making sense of the world, and a potential precursor to psychological essentialism
A Cimpian, E Salomon
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (5), 461-480, 2014
3152014
Women are underrepresented in fields where success is believed to require brilliance
M Meyer, A Cimpian, SJ Leslie
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 235, 2015
3112015
The frequency of “brilliant” and “genius” in teaching evaluations predicts the representation of women and African Americans across fields
D Storage, Z Horne, A Cimpian, SJ Leslie
PLOS ONE 11 (3), e0150194, 2016
2392016
Teacher mindsets help explain where a growth mindset intervention does and doesn’t work
DS Yeager, JM Carroll, J Buontempo, A Cimpian, S Woody, R Crosnoe, ...
Psychological Science 33 (1), 18-32, 2021
2082021
Generic statements require little evidence for acceptance but have powerful implications
A Cimpian, AC Brandone, SA Gelman
Cognitive Science 34 (8), 1452-1482, 2010
2042010
Messages about brilliance undermine women's interest in educational and professional opportunities
L Bian, SJ Leslie, MC Murphy, A Cimpian
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 76, 404-420, 2018
2012018
Information learned from generic language becomes central to children’s biological concepts: Evidence from their open-ended explanations
A Cimpian, EM Markman
Cognition 113 (1), 14-25, 2009
1742009
The generic/nongeneric distinction influences how children interpret new information about social others
A Cimpian, EM Markman
Child Development 82 (2), 471-492, 2011
1642011
Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results.
JF Landy, ML Jia, IL Ding, D Viganola, W Tierney, A Dreber, ...
Psychological Bulletin 146 (5), 451–479, 2020
1632020
Evidence of bias against girls and women in contexts that emphasize intellectual ability
L Bian, SJ Leslie, A Cimpian
American Psychologist 73 (9), 1139-1153, 2018
1502018
Teachers' belief that math requires innate ability predicts lower intrinsic motivation among low-achieving students
A Heyder, AF Weidinger, A Cimpian, R Steinmayr
Learning and Instruction 65, 101220, 2020
1392020
Preschool children’s use of cues to generic meaning
A Cimpian, EM Markman
Cognition 107 (1), 19-53, 2008
1382008
An early-emerging explanatory heuristic promotes support for the status quo
LJ Hussak, A Cimpian
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 109 (5), 739-752, 2015
1322015
The pipeline project: Pre-publication independent replications of a single laboratory's research pipeline
M Schweinsberg, N Madan, M Vianello, SA Sommer, J Jordan, W Tierney, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 66, 55-67, 2016
1282016
How does social essentialism affect the development of inter‐group relations?
M Rhodes, SJ Leslie, K Saunders, Y Dunham, A Cimpian
Developmental Science 21 (1), e12509, 2018
1262018
Adults and children implicitly associate brilliance with men more than women
D Storage, TES Charlesworth, MR Banaji, A Cimpian
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 90, 104020, 2020
1122020
Who is good at this game? Linking an activity to a social category undermines children’s achievement
A Cimpian, Y Mu, LC Erickson
Psychological Science 23 (5), 533-541, 2012
1082012
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