Dr Anna Rabinovich
Senior Lecturer

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Key publications



Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2016). Coping with identity conflict: Perceptions of self as flexible versus fixed moderate the effect of identity conflict on well-being. Self and Identity, 15(2), 224-244. Abstract.  Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2015). Things we (don’t) want to hear: Exploring responses to group-based feedback. European Review of Social Psychology, 26(1), 126-126. Abstract.  Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Landon E, Neill C, Mason-Brown S, Burdett L (2014). The password is praise: Content of feedback affects categorization of feedback sources. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53, 484-500. Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Postmes T, Verplanken B (2012). Collective Self and Individual Choice: the Effects of Intergroup Comparative Context on Environmental Values and Behaviour. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 551-569.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Ghosts of the past and dreams of the future: the impact of temporal focus on responses to contextual ingroup devaluation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(3), 397-410. Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Sizing fish and ponds: the joint effects of individual- and group-based feedback. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 244-249. Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Postmes, T. Morton, T. (In Press). Time Perspective and Attitude-Behavior Consistency in Intertemporal Choice.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2016). Coping with identity conflict: Perceptions of self as flexible versus fixed moderate the effect of identity conflict on well-being. Self and Identity, 15(2), 224-244. Abstract.  Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2015). Things we (don’t) want to hear: Exploring responses to group-based feedback. European Review of Social Psychology, 26(1), 126-126. Abstract.  Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Landon E, Neill C, Mason-Brown S, Burdett L (2014). The password is praise: Content of feedback affects categorization of feedback sources. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53, 484-500. Full text.
Gleibs IH, Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Haslam SA, Helliwell HF (2013). Unpacking the hedonic paradox: a dynamic analysis of the relationships between financial capital, social capital and life satisfaction. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 25-43.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Postmes T, Verplanken B (2012). Collective Self and Individual Choice: the Effects of Intergroup Comparative Context on Environmental Values and Behaviour. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 551-569.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Birney ME (2012). Communicating climate science: the role of perceived communicator's motives. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 32, 11-18.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Ghosts of the past and dreams of the future: the impact of temporal focus on responses to contextual ingroup devaluation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(3), 397-410. Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Crook M, Travers C (2012). Let another praise you? the effects of source and attributional content on responses to group-directed praise. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 753-761.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Sizing fish and ponds: the joint effects of individual- and group-based feedback. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 244-249. Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Unquestioned answers or unanswered questions: Beliefs about science guide responses to uncertainty in climate change risk communication. Risk Analysis, 32, 992-1002.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Postmes T (2012). Who we were and who we will be: the temporal context of women’s ingroup stereotype content. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51, 346-362. Abstract.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2011). Subgroup identities as a key to cooperation within large social groups. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50(1), 36-51. Abstract.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Marshall D, Bretschneider P (2011). The future that may (or may not) come: How framing changes responses to uncertainty in climate change communications. Global Environmental Change, 21(1), 103-109. Abstract.
Rabinovich A, Morton T, Postmes T (2010). Time perspective and attitude-behaviour consistency in future-oriented behaviours. Br J Soc Psychol, 49(Pt 1), 69-89. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2010). Who says we are bad people? the impact of criticism source and attributional content on responses to group-based criticism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4(36), 524-536. Abstract.  Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton, T. Postmes, T. Verplanken, B. (2009). Think Global, Act Local: the Effect of Goal and Mindset Specificity on Willingness to Donate to an Environmental Organization. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 4(29), 391-399.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Postmes T, Verplanken B (2009). Think global, act local: the effect of goal and mindset specificity on willingness to donate to an environmental organization. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 29, 391-399.
Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn't necessarily mean that you can still participate: Barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society, 23(7), 705-717. Abstract.
Ryan, M. Haslam, A. Rabinovich, A. (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn’t mean that you can still participate: Barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society
Rabinovich A, Webley P (2007). Filling the gap between planning and doing: Psychological factors involved in the successful implementation of saving intention. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY, 28(4), 444-461. Author URL.
Webley, P. (2007). Filling the gap between planning and doing: psychological factors involved in the successful implementation of saving intention. Journal of Economic Psychology, 28, 444-461.

Chapters

Postmes T, Rabinovich A, Morton TA, van Zomeren M (2012). Toward Sustainable Social Identities: Including Our Collective Future into the Self-Concept. In Van Trijp H (Ed) Encouraging Sustainable Behavior, Psychology Press.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Duke CC (2010). Collective self and individual choice: the role of social comparisons in promoting public engagement with climate change. In Whitmarsh L, O'Neill S (Eds.) Engaging the public with climate change: Communication and behaviour change, Earthscan.

Publications by year


In Press

Postmes, T. Morton, T. (In Press). Time Perspective and Attitude-Behavior Consistency in Intertemporal Choice.

2016

Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2016). Coping with identity conflict: Perceptions of self as flexible versus fixed moderate the effect of identity conflict on well-being. Self and Identity, 15(2), 224-244. Abstract.  Full text.

2015

Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2015). Things we (don’t) want to hear: Exploring responses to group-based feedback. European Review of Social Psychology, 26(1), 126-126. Abstract.  Full text.

2014

Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Landon E, Neill C, Mason-Brown S, Burdett L (2014). The password is praise: Content of feedback affects categorization of feedback sources. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53, 484-500. Full text.

2013

Gleibs IH, Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Haslam SA, Helliwell HF (2013). Unpacking the hedonic paradox: a dynamic analysis of the relationships between financial capital, social capital and life satisfaction. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 25-43.

2012

Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Postmes T, Verplanken B (2012). Collective Self and Individual Choice: the Effects of Intergroup Comparative Context on Environmental Values and Behaviour. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 551-569.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Birney ME (2012). Communicating climate science: the role of perceived communicator's motives. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 32, 11-18.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Ghosts of the past and dreams of the future: the impact of temporal focus on responses to contextual ingroup devaluation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(3), 397-410. Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Crook M, Travers C (2012). Let another praise you? the effects of source and attributional content on responses to group-directed praise. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 753-761.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Sizing fish and ponds: the joint effects of individual- and group-based feedback. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 244-249. Full text.
Postmes T, Rabinovich A, Morton TA, van Zomeren M (2012). Toward Sustainable Social Identities: Including Our Collective Future into the Self-Concept. In Van Trijp H (Ed) Encouraging Sustainable Behavior, Psychology Press.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Unquestioned answers or unanswered questions: Beliefs about science guide responses to uncertainty in climate change risk communication. Risk Analysis, 32, 992-1002.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Postmes T (2012). Who we were and who we will be: the temporal context of women’s ingroup stereotype content. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51, 346-362. Abstract.

2011

Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2011). Subgroup identities as a key to cooperation within large social groups. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50(1), 36-51. Abstract.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Marshall D, Bretschneider P (2011). The future that may (or may not) come: How framing changes responses to uncertainty in climate change communications. Global Environmental Change, 21(1), 103-109. Abstract.

2010

Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Duke CC (2010). Collective self and individual choice: the role of social comparisons in promoting public engagement with climate change. In Whitmarsh L, O'Neill S (Eds.) Engaging the public with climate change: Communication and behaviour change, Earthscan.
Rabinovich A, Morton T, Postmes T (2010). Time perspective and attitude-behaviour consistency in future-oriented behaviours. Br J Soc Psychol, 49(Pt 1), 69-89. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2010). Who says we are bad people? the impact of criticism source and attributional content on responses to group-based criticism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4(36), 524-536. Abstract.  Full text.

2009

Rabinovich A, Morton, T. Postmes, T. Verplanken, B. (2009). Think Global, Act Local: the Effect of Goal and Mindset Specificity on Willingness to Donate to an Environmental Organization. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 4(29), 391-399.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Postmes T, Verplanken B (2009). Think global, act local: the effect of goal and mindset specificity on willingness to donate to an environmental organization. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 29, 391-399.

2008

Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn't necessarily mean that you can still participate: Barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society, 23(7), 705-717. Abstract.
Ryan, M. Haslam, A. Rabinovich, A. (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn’t mean that you can still participate: Barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society

2007

Rabinovich A, Webley P (2007). Filling the gap between planning and doing: Psychological factors involved in the successful implementation of saving intention. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC PSYCHOLOGY, 28(4), 444-461. Author URL.
Webley, P. (2007). Filling the gap between planning and doing: psychological factors involved in the successful implementation of saving intention. Journal of Economic Psychology, 28, 444-461.