Dr. James R. Wallace
Dr. James R. Wallace, an Associate Professor in the Psychology Department, serves as one of the Faculty Representatives to the Athletic Department along with Dr. Cheryl P. Stuntz. Wallace and Stuntz are also the men's hockey team's Faculty/Staff Mentors.
Dr. Wallace graduated with a BA in Psychology from the University of Notre Dame in 1970. He then earned his Master's Degree in the same field before earning his Ph.D in Developmental Psychology in 1974.
He regularly teaches Developmental Psychology at St. Lawrence University, along with seminars in developmental topics and Introductory Psychology.
Examples of presentations, exhibitions, performances and published work include:
Wallace, J.R. & Callahan, J.M. (2008, June). The imaginary audience, peer influence, and encouraged risks. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Quebec City, Canada.
Wallace, J.R. & Lloyd E. (2007, March). Videogames, invulnerability, and risk taking in early adolescence. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA.
Wallace, J.R. & Gardiner, A. (2006, August). Expected value judgments of risk-prone and risk-avoiding children. Poster presented at the 114th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.