Higher Degree by Research Candidate
PhD - Master of Psychology O&HF Candidate
School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Jasmin Sorrentino is currently completing her final year of the combined PhD/Master of Psychology (Organisational and Human Factors) program, under the supervision of Professor Martha Augoustinos and Associate Professor Amanda Lecouteur.
Jasmin’s research interests are situated in the area of social and organisational psychology, and predominantly include matters pertaining to gender and leadership. Her current research seeks to explore the ways in which female leaders discursively manage their gender identity, and more specifically, what may be at stake for women who do make gender a salient membership category.
Jasmin currently holds registration as a provisional psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia.
Date Position Institution name 2015 - ongoing PhD/ Masters of Psychology (Organisational and Human Factors) University of Adelaide 2015 - ongoing Academic Tutor University of Adelaide 2013 - 2014 Research Assistant University of Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2015 Scholarship Australian Postgraduate Award Department of Industry, Australian Government Australia — 2015 Award Faculty of Health Sciences Executive Dean Prize University of Adelaide Australia — 2015 Award Publication Incentive Award University of Adelaide Australia — 2012 Achievement Golden Key International Honour Society Golden Key International Honour Society — — 2011 Award The Rob Barrett Memorial Prize University of Adelaide Australia —
Language Competency English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2013 - 2014 The University of Adelaide Australia Honours Degree of Bachelor of Psychology with First Class Honours 2010 - 2012 The University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Psychological Science
Year Citation 2021 Sorrentino, J., Augoustinos, M., & LeCouteur, A. (2021). “Deal me in”: Hillary Clinton and gender in the 2016 US presidential election. Feminism and Psychology, 32(1), 23-43.
2019 Sorrentino, J. C., Augoustinos, M., & Le Couteur, A. (2019). “[It] does not explain everything…, nor does it explain nothing… it explains some things”: Australia's first female Prime Minister and the dilemma of gender. Feminism & Psychology, 29(1), 19-39.
2016 Sorrentino, J., & Augoustinos, M. (2016). ‘I don't view myself as a woman politician, I view myself as a politician who's a woman’: the discursive management of gender identity in political leadership. British Journal of Social Psychology, 55(3), 385-406.
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Year Citation 2017 Augoustinos, M., Callaghan, P., Sorrentino, J., & Worth, A. (2017). Political leadership and social diversity: The everyday politics of race and gender. In C. Howarth, & E. Andreouli (Eds.), The Social Psychology of Everyday Politics (pp. 18-33). Oxon, UK: Routledge. 2016 Augoustinos, M., Callaghan, P., Sorrentino, J., & Worth, A. (2016). Political leadership and social diversity: The everyday politics of race and gender. In The Social Psychology of Everyday Politics (pp. 18-33). Routledge.
2015 Psychology and Society (Level 2)
This role involved preparing and delivering tutorials for each of the topics in the course (Cross-Cultural, Organisational and Social Psychology),
in addition to student consultations, grading assessment pieces and providing feedback.
2015 Doing Research in Psychology Advanced (Level 3)
This role involved grading assessment pieces and providing feedback, as well as exam marking.
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