Allison Wallace, M.S
Allison Wallace is the Coordinator for Project BRAVE, a behavioral economic approach to PTSD among post-9/11 veterans funded by the Department of Defense. Allison graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The University of Chicago, followed by a Master’s degree in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Clemson University. She previously practiced I-O psychology at several Fortune 100 companies, and served as a clinical research coordinator in the Disruptive Behavior Disorders Program at Northwestern University. She currently also works as the Coordinator for Project BETA, a behavioral economic approach to alcohol use in young adults funded by the National Institutes of Health, under the direction of Dr. Jim Murphy in the HABIT lab.
Allison, B. B., Shuffler, M. L., & Wallace, A. L. (2015). The successful facilitation of virtual team meetings. In S. Rogelberg, J. Allen, & N. Lehmann-Willenbrock (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of meeting science. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
Wallace, A. L. (2015). The protection and treatment of transgender persons in the workplace: Current issues, legal guidelines, and policy recommendations. Technical report prepared for Clemson University’s Office of Access and Equity.
Wallace, A. L. (2015). Training needs assessment and program prospectus for the graduate instructor-of-record role. Technical report prepared for Clemson University’s Psychology Department.
Education and Training
Masters of Science, (2012)
Applied Psychology, Specialization in I/O Psychology
Bachelor of Arts, (2008)
University of Chicago