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Ana Gantman
Position: Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Brooklyn College; Assistant Professor, Basic & Applied Social Psychology, The Graduate Center
Campus Affiliation: Brooklyn College|Graduate Center
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. in Psychology from New York University; M.A. in Psychology from New York University; B.A. in Philosophy from Harvard University
Training Area: Basic and Applied Social Psychology
Research Interests: Morality, public policy, visual perception

Ana Gantman is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Brooklyn College (CUNY). Ana completed her PhD at New York University and a postdoctoral fellowship at Princeton University. Her research program investigates moralization as it pertains to social issues and affects behavior, cognition, and perception.

Courses Taught
Social Psychology
Psychology for a Better Society

Selected publications
Yudkin, D.A. , Gantman, A., Hofmann, W., & Quoidbach, J. (accepted for publication). Moral activation: “Binding” values gain importance in the presence of close others. Nature Communications.

Gantman, A. P., & Paluck, E. L., (in press). What is the psychological appeal of the serial rapist model? Worldviews predicting endorsement. Behavioral Public Policy. Data code & materials.

Gantman, A. P., Sternisko, A., Gollwitzer, P. M., Oettingen, G., Van Bavel, J. J. (2020). Allocating moral responsibility to multiple agents. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 91, 104-127.

Brady, W. J., Gantman, A. P., & Van Bavel, J. J. (2019). Attentional capture helps explain why moral and emotional content go viral. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Gantman, A. P., & Van Bavel, J. J. (2016). Exposure to justice diminishes moral perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General145, 1728-1739. Materials.

Gantman, A. P., & Van Bavel, J.J. (2015). Moral perception. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19, 631-633.

Gantman, A. P. & Van Bavel, J. J., (2014). The moral pop-out effect: Enhanced perceptual awareness of morally relevant stimuli. Cognition, 132, 22-29. Materials