Contact information :  Office location: Vertical Campus 8-270B Phone: (646) 312-3811 email:  nrainone@gradcenter.cuny.edu   Lab affiliation:  Workplace Mistreatment and Employee Well-being  and  Leadership, Ethics, and Creativity

Contact information:

Office location: Vertical Campus 8-270B
Phone: (646) 312-3811
email: nrainone@gradcenter.cuny.edu

Lab affiliation: Workplace Mistreatment and Employee Well-being and Leadership, Ethics, and Creativity

Nicolette Rainone

Undergraduate Institution: Cornell University

I am broadly interested in diversity and discrimination in the workplace, as well as how these issues intersect with a wide variety of topics, including the work-family interface, leadership, and ethical dilemmas in the workplace. Currently, I am working on my thesis, which examines how learning that a job applicant is part of a dual-career couple by screening personal social media sites may impact selection decisions involving relocation.

Representative publications and presentations:

Leung, D. W. & Rainone, N. (2018). Where are the women of color in I-O Psychology? Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 11, 433-439. [equal authorship, authors listed alphabetically]

Rainone, N., Oodal, R., & Niederdeppe, J. (2018). The (surprising) impact of televised antidepressant direct-to-consumer advertising on the stigmatization of mental illness. Community Mental Health Journal, 54, 267 – 275.  

Burrow, A. L. & Rainone, N. (2017). How many likes did I get?: Purpose moderates links between positive social media feedback and self-esteem. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 69, 232 – 236.

Leung, D. W., Rainone, N., & Alenick, P. R. (2019, April). Falling off the glass cliff? Black women head coaches in NCAA women's basketball. Poster to be presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Harbor, MD.

Rainone, N., Lyness, K. S., Judiesch, M. K., Leung, D. W., & Shah, S. (2019, April). Do
perceived career opportunities for executive parents differ by race or gender? Poster to be presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, National Harbor, MD.