My social psychology lab offers a variety of opportunities for Trinity students, who are involved in every step of the research process. Our lab is currently seeking answers to questions related to outcomes of narcissism (Is narcissism adaptive in academia?), social challenge orientation (Does social autonomy undermine social adaptability?), and the psychology of sports fans (Does the bad-is-stronger-than-good principle apply to fandom?). Students from our lab often attend and present at the annual national meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (18 students and 20 presentations in the last five years).
Ph.D. - Social Psychology, Case Western Reserve University
M.A. - General Experimental Psychology, University of North Florida
B.A. - English, Fairfield University
Wallace, H. M., & McIntyre, K. P. (in press). Social autonomy ≠ social empowerment: The social self-restriction model. Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology.
Wallace, H. M., Carrillo, A., & Kelley, J. (in press). Perceptions of narcissism in college professors. Current Psychology.
Wallace, H. M., Scheiner, B. R. M., & Grotzinger, A. (2016). Grandiose narcissism predicts willingness to behave badly, without proportional tolerance for others’ bad behavior. Current Psychology, 35(2), 234-243.
Wallace, H. M., Grotzinger, A., Howard, T. J., & Parkhill, N. (2015). When people evaluate others, the level of others’ narcissism matters less to evaluators who are narcissistic. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6(7), 805-813.
Wallace, H. M., & Tice, D. M. (2012). Reflected appraisal through a 21st-century looking glass. In M. R. Leary & J. P. Tangney (Eds.), Handbook of self and identity (Vol. 2, pp. 124-140). New York: Guilford.
Wallace, H. M. (2011). Narcissistic self-enhancement. In W. K. Campbell & J. D. Miller (Eds.), Handbook of narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder: Theoretical approaches, empirical findings, and treatment (pp. 309-318). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Wallace, H. M., Ready, C. B., & Weitenhagen, E. (2009). Narcissism and task persistence. Self and Identity, 8, 78-93.