Amnah is a PhD student in Management at the University of Connecticut with a concentration in Organizational Behavior. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a bachelor’s in Business Administration and a concentration in Management. Afterwards, she pursued post-baccalaureate studies at the University of Pennsylvania where she was then invited to work as a Visiting Scholar for two years. Her research interests revolve around person perception, authenticity, impression management, and negotiations. Her ongoing research explores perceptions of authenticity at the workplace as well as distinctions between how the negotiation process is traditionally studied vs unfold in real life. Her work on leadership perceptions was recently published in Leadership Quarterly.
Post-Baccalaureate Studies – Psychology, University of Pennsylvania – 2020
B.S., Business Administration – Management | minor: Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University – 2018
- Person perception
- Impression management
Bhatia, S., Olivola, C. Y., Bhatia, N., & Ameen, A. (2022). Predicting leadership perception with large-scale natural language data. The Leadership Quarterly, 101535–. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.leaqua.2021.101535