Jeni L. Burnette
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Mind-sets matter: a meta-analytic review of implicit theories and self-regulation.
JL Burnette, EH O'boyle, EM VanEpps, JM Pollack, EJ Finkel
Psychological bulletin 139 (3), 655, 2013
Insecure attachment and depressive symptoms: The mediating role of rumination, empathy, and forgiveness
JL Burnette, DE Davis, JD Green, EL Worthington Jr, E Bradfield
Personality and Individual Differences 46 (3), 276-280, 2009
Implicit theories of body weight: Entity beliefs can weigh you down
JL Burnette
Personality and social psychology Bulletin 36 (3), 410-422, 2010
Gender bias in leader evaluations: Merging implicit theories and role congruity perspectives
CL Hoyt, JL Burnette
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (10), 1306-1319, 2013
A growth mindset intervention: Enhancing students’ entrepreneurial self-efficacy and career development
JL Burnette, JM Pollack, RB Forsyth, CL Hoyt, AD Babij, FN Thomas, ...
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 44 (5), 878-908, 2020
Forgiveness results from integrating information about relationship value and exploitation risk
JL Burnette, ME McCullough, DR Van Tongeren, DE Davis
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (3), 345-356, 2012
Growth mindsets and psychological distress: A meta-analysis
JL Burnette, LE Knouse, DT Vavra, E O'Boyle, MA Brooks
Clinical Psychology Review 77, 101816, 2020
An online growth mindset intervention in a sample of rural adolescent girls
JL Burnette, MV Russell, CL Hoyt, K Orvidas, L Widman
British Journal of Educational Psychology 88 (3), 428-445, 2018
Attachment and trait forgivingness: The mediating role of angry rumination
JL Burnette, KW Taylor, EL Worthington, DR Forsyth
Personality and individual differences 42 (8), 1585-1596, 2007
Vengefully ever after: destiny beliefs, state attachment anxiety, and forgiveness.
EJ Finkel, JL Burnette, LE Scissors
Journal of personality and social psychology 92 (5), 871, 2007
Buffering against weight gain following dieting setbacks: An implicit theory intervention
JL Burnette, EJ Finkel
Journal of experimental social psychology 48 (3), 721-725, 2012
I can do that: The impact of implicit theories on leadership role model effectiveness
CL Hoyt, JL Burnette, AN Innella
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (2), 257-268, 2012
“Obesity is a disease” examining the self-regulatory impact of this public-health message
CL Hoyt, JL Burnette, L Auster-Gussman
Psychological science 25 (4), 997-1002, 2014
Individual differences in implicit theories of leadership ability and self‐efficacy: Predicting responses to stereotype threat
JL Burnette, JM Pollack, CL Hoyt
Journal of leadership studies 3 (4), 46-56, 2010
Third-party forgiveness:(Not) forgiving your close other's betrayer
JD Green, JL Burnette, JL Davis
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (3), 407-418, 2008
Attempting to improve the academic performance of struggling college students by bolstering their self–esteem: An intervention that backfired
DR Forsyth, NK Lawrence, JL Burnette, RF Baumeister
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 26 (4), 447-459, 2007
A meta-analysis of intergroup forgiveness
DR Van Tongeren, JL Burnette, E O’Boyle, EL Worthington Jr, DR Forsyth
The Journal of Positive Psychology 9 (1), 81-95, 2014
Against the odds: Academic underdogs benefit from incremental theories
JL Davis, JL Burnette, ST Allison, H Stone
Social Psychology of Education 14, 331-346, 2011
A systematic review and meta-analysis of growth mindset interventions: For whom, how, and why might such interventions work?
JL Burnette, J Billingsley, GC Banks, LE Knouse, CL Hoyt, JM Pollack, ...
Psychological bulletin, 2022
A growth mind-set intervention improves interest but not academic performance in the field of computer science
JL Burnette, CL Hoyt, VM Russell, B Lawson, CS Dweck, E Finkel
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (1), 107-116, 2020
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