Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
My current work involves examining the intersections of social identity within the context of leadership, using a discursive psychological framework. My broader focus is on research and evidence-based practice of the social psychology of leadership, motivation, and wellbeing.
Year Citation 2023 Corpuz, E., Augoustinos, M., & Due, C. (2023). “You can be the kind of woman that you are”: the discursive management of intersecting identities in leadership talk. Psychology, 28(1), 8-23.
2020 Corpuz, E., Due, C., & Augoustinos, M. (2020). Caught in two worlds: A critical review of culture and gender in the leadership literature. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 14(12), 1-14.
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Date Role Committee Institution Country 2018 - ongoing Founder Management Committee Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries, Inc. Australia 2016 - ongoing Treasurer Management Committee Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries, Inc. Australia 2016 - 2018 Chair Marketing and Sponsorship sub-committee Australian Marine Sciences Association Australia 2016 - ongoing Vice-President Management Committee Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries Australia 2016 - ongoing Chair Management Committee Whale and Dolphin Conservation in Australasia Australia
Date Title Engagement Type Institution Country 2016 - 2016 Volunteering can make you happy, more connected says Adelaide academic Public Community Engagement ABC — Australian Broadcasting Corporation Australia
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