At FSU since 2001
Dr. Wallace is an experimental social psychologist, and an assistant professor in the department of psychology. He earned a B.S. in Psychology from Texas A & M University and completed his M.A. and Ph. D. in 1993 at Texas Christian University. He then worked at Ohio University as an assistant professor of statistics from 1994-2001. Since that time he has been here at FSU teaching mainly statistics and social psychology, and also conducting research in the area of attitudes and attitude-behavior consistency. He recently published a review article consisting of a large meta-analysis of all attitude-behavior consistency research over the past 60 years. Currently, Dr. Wallace is conducting research on attitude change by examining what motivates individuals to attempt to persuade others.
Wallace, D. S., Abduk-Khaliq, A., Czuchry, M. & Sia, T. L. (2008). African American's political attidtudes, party affiliation, and voting behavior. Journal of African American Studies, 4, 0 - 0.
Wallace, D., S., Jones, C. B., Watson, S. S.,Williams, P. Q., & Portlock, V. R. (2007). Knowledge and perceptions of depressions in African-Americans. Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice Advocate, 30, 1 - 3.
Wallace, D. S., Paulson, R, M., Lord, C. G., & Bond, C. F., Jr. (2005). Which behaviors do attitudes predict? Meta-analyzing the effects of social pressure and perceived difficulty. Review of General Psychology, 9, 214 - 227.
Wallace, D. S., Desforges, D. M., Lord, C. G., & Sia, T. L., (2001). Effects of perceived consensus on selective reinforcement of other people's stated opinions. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 23, 75 - 85.