Department of Psychology

Jasmine B. Norman


Dr. Jasmine B. Norman, Assistant Professor

Ph.D., University of Utah, 2021
M.S., University of Utah, 2019
B.S., University of California, Santa Cruz, 2013

Teaching Lab Building, Room 3086.
UNCW, 601 South College Road, Wilmington, NC 28403 

910-962-3370 | email me | see me on ResearchGate and Google Scholar

My research examines the socio-cognitive antecedents and consequences of social identity to understand how group memberships permeate human perception and experience. Integrating social cognition and stigma-related frameworks, I investigate how social identity affects interpersonal and intergroup relations in ways that either reify or challenge social bias and inequity. My primary lines of research examine how the experiences and perceptions of people from stigmatized and underrepresented groups are shaped by group membership, particularly for people who belong to multiple or ambiguous social groups. For example, current lines of work seek to understand how we appraise potentially discriminatory events and determining the social and contextual factors that dissuade or encourage underrepresented students’ belonging and interest in STEM fields.

Courses Taught

  • Quantitative Methods in Experimental Psychology 1 (PSY 555)
  • Personality & Social Psychology (PSY 565)