Ferolino, Austin Jay

Assistant Professor

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B.S. Psychology, University of San Carlos, 2009
M.A. Social Psychology, University of San Carlos, 2016
Ph.D. Social-Organizational Psychology, Silliman University, 2021

Research interests

Psychology of social class, intergroup relations, poverty, psychosocial interventions


  1. Ferolino, A. J. P. (2023). The psychological responses of people with low socioeconomic status to economic inequality during the COVID-19 pandemic: An intergroup perspective. Trends in Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43076-023-00328-1
  2. Ferolino, A. J. P.; Yap, R. J. C. (2023). A narrative evaluation of a faith-based aftercare program for youth involved the juvenile justice system. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 45(1). https://doi.org/10.1177/00846724221133452
  3. Ferolino, A. P.; Camposo, M. A. D.; Estaño, K. C. L.; Tacbobo, J. M. R. (2020). Mothers for others: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of gestational surrogates’ child relinquishment experiences. Journal of Patient Experience, 7(6), 1336–1340. https://doi.org/10.1177/2374373519892415
  4. Ferolino, A. J. P. (2018). Give them fish or teach them to fish? The effects of stability of social stratification and forms of help on higher socioeconomic status group members’ attitudes towards anti-poverty programs. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 12. https://doi.org/10.1017/prp.2018.6

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