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J. Craig Wallace, Ph.D. Professor, William S. Spears Chair in Business Administration Department of Management 306 North Hall; 700 N. Greenwood Tulsa Campus 918-594-8060 (Phone) Curriculum vitae / Résumé

Craig Wallace is primarily interested in predicting and explaining facets of performance and effectiveness by integrating individual level theories of personality, motivation, and emotion with higher-level organizational constructs such as leadership and climate. Through this research, Dr. Wallace hopes to create a work environment that is conducive to all employees, both physically and psychologically, leading to high levels of organizational effectiveness and employee well-being. He has published his research in Journal of Management, Journal of Business & Psychology; Journal of Applied Psychology; Personnel Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Organizational Psychology Review. He is a two-term Associate Editor for the Journal of Management. He is a fellow in the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

Education

AMP, The Wharton School - University of PennsylvaniaLeadership2015
Ph D, Georgia Institute of TechnologyIndustrial/Organizational Psychology2004
MA, University of West FloridaIndustrial/Organizational Psychology2001
BS, University of Tennessee at ChattanoogaPsychology1998

Publications

Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards, M. S. Christian, J. Paul, M.J. Burke & Gabi M Eissa. (2016). "Change the referent? A meta-analytic investigation of direct and referent-shift consensus models for organizational climate". Journal of Management, 40, 1-24.

Paul D. Johnson, Mickey B. Smith, Aaron D. Hill, Craig Wallace & Robert Baron. (2015). "A Review of Multilevel Regulatory Focus in Organizations". Journal of Management, 41 (5), 1501-1529. http://jom.sagepub.com/content/41/5/1501?etoc.

Mickey B. Smith, Craig Wallace, Patricia Jordan. "When the Dark Ones Become Darker: How Promotion Focus Moderates the Effects of the Dark Triad on Supervisor Performance Ratings". Journal of Organizational Behavior. (Forthcoming).

Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards & W. Dyer. (2014). "Organizational well-being: A dual focus on performance and well-being". Talent Management Excellence Essentials..

Aaron D. Hill, Margaret White & Craig Wallace. (2014). "Unobtrusive Measurement of Psychological Constructs in Organizational Research". Organizational Psychology Review. , 148-174. http://opr.sagepub.com/content/4/2/148.full.pdf?ijkey=0kegRCsAfWKDd80&keytype=ref.

Aaron D. Hill, Craig Wallace, Jason Ridge, Paul Johnson, Jeffrey Paul & Tracy Suter. (2014). "Innovation and Effectiveness of Co-Founded Ventures: A Process Model.". Journal of Business and Psychology . 29 (1) http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10869-013-9306-9/fulltext.html.

Craig Wallace, Marcus Butts, F. Stevens, Paul Johnson & Mickey B Smith. (2013). "A Multilevel Model of Employee Innovation: Regulatory Focus, Thriving, and Employee Involvement Climate". Journal of Management,

Craig Wallace, M. Butts, F. Stevens, P.D. Johnson & Mickey B. Smith. "Unpacking innovation: A multilevel process approach". Journal of Management, (Forthcoming).

D. J. Radosevich, Craig Wallace, A. M. Lakowske & M. S. Levine. "Four-factor goal orientation as a predictor of resourcefulness, task focus, and performance.". Journal of International Management Studies. (Forthcoming).

Craig Wallace, Ronald Landis, Stephen Vodanovich & Jeffrey Paul. (2012). "Occupational Safety. Chapter in N. Schmidt (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Assessment and Selection". Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming).

Bryan Edwards & Craig Wallace. (2011). "Managing confrontation: Holding others accountable for poor performance". IPMA-HR News. , 8-11.

Paul Johnson, Craig Wallace. (2011). "Increasing Individual and Team Performance in an Organizational Setting through the Situational Adaptation of Regulatory Focus". Consulting Psychology Journal: Research and Practice. (Forthcoming). 63, 190-201.

Craig Wallace, Paul Johnson, Kimberly Mathe & Jeffrey Paul. (2011). "Structural and Psychological Empowerment Climates, Performance, and the Moderating Role of Shared Felt Accountability: A Managerial Perspective". Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 840-850.

Laura Little, Debra Nelson, Craig Wallace & Paul Johnson. (2011). "Integrating Attachment Styles, Vigor, and Extra-Role Performance". Journal of Organizational Behavior. 32, 464-484.

Craig Wallace, Laura Little, Aaron D. Hill & Jason Ridge. (2010). "CEO Regulatory Fit: Regulatory Foci, Environmental Dynamism, and Firm Performance". Journal of Small Business Management,

Craig Wallace, Paul Johnson & M. Frazier. (2009). "An Examination of the Factorial, Construct, and Predictive Validity of the Regulatory Focus at Work Scale". Journal of Organizational Behavior. 30, 805-831.

M. Christian, J. Bradley, Craig Wallace & M. Burke. (2009). "Workplace Safety: A Meta-Analysis of the Roles of Person and Situation Factors". Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 1103-1127.

D. Finch, Bryan Edwards & Craig Wallace. (2009). "Multiple Hurdle Selection Strategies: Simulating the Effects on Adverse Impact and Predictive Efficiency for Various Predictor Combinations". Journal of Applied Psychology, 94, 318-340.

Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards, Todd Arnold, Lance Frazier & D.M. Finch. (2009). "Work Stressors, Role-Based Performance, and the Moderating Role of Organizational Support". Journal of Applied Psychology, 94 (1), 254-262.

Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards, A. Shull & D.M. Finch. (2009). "An Examination of the Tendency to Suppress and Reappraise Emotions on Task-Related Job Performance". Human Performance. 22, 23-43.

Craig Wallace & Bryan Edwards. (2008). "Insights into Attracting and Retaining Talent from Generation Y". Alexandria, VA: IPMA-HR News..

Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards, S.P. Mondore & D.M. Finch. (2008). "The Interactive Effects of Litigation Intentions and Procedural Justice Climate on Employee-Employer Litigation Charges". Journal of Managerial Issues. 20, 313-326.

Craig Wallace, Laura Little & A. Shull. (2008). "Regulatory Focus, Safety, Production, and the Moderating Effects of Task Complexity". Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 13, 95-104.

Craig Wallace, S. Vodanovich & P. Chris. (2007). "The Relationship Between Workaholism and Health: A Report of Negative Findings". Organizational Development Journal. 25, 75-80.

Bryan Edwards & Craig Wallace. (2007). "What you don't know can hurt you: Staying up-to-date with the legal landscape". Alexandria, VA: IPMA-HR News..

Craig Wallace & G. Chen. (2006). "A Multilevel Integration of Personality, Climate, Regulatory Focus, and Performance". Personnel Psychology, 59, 529-557.

Craig Wallace, E. Page & M. Lippstreu. (2006). "Applicant Reactions to Application Blanks: A Legal and Procedural Justice Perspective". Journal of Business & Psychology. 20, 467-488.

Craig Wallace, E. Popp & S. Mondore. (2006). "Safety Climate as a Mediator Between Foundation Climates and Occupational Accidents: A Group Level Study". Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 681-688.

Craig Wallace, Bryan Edwards, S. Mondore & E. Page. (2006). "The Interactive Effects of Litigation Intentions and Procedural Justice Climate on Employee-Employer Litigation Charges". Proceedings of the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology..

S. Vodanovich, Craig Wallace & S. Kass. (2005). "A Confirmatory and Measurement Equivalence Approach to the Factor Structure of the Boredom Proneness Scale: Evidence for a Two-Factor Short Form". Journal of Personality Assessment. 85, 295-303.

G. Chen, B. Thomas & Craig Wallace. (2005). "A Multilevel Examination of the Relationships Among Training Outcomes, Mediating Regulatory Processes and Adaptive Performance". Journal of Applied Psychology, 90, 827-841.

Craig Wallace. (2005). "Development and Validation of a Work-Specific Measure of Cognitive Failure: Implications for Occupational Safety". Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology. 78, 615-632.

Craig Wallace. (2004). "Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Cognitive Failures Questionnaire: Evidence for the Dimensionality and Construct Validity". Personality and Individual Differences. 37, 307-324.

Craig Wallace. (2004). "Personnel Application Blanks: Persistence and Knowledge of Legally Inadvisable Application Blanks". Public Personnel Management. 33, 331-349.

S. Kass, Craig Wallace & S. Vodanovich. (2003). "Boredom, Sleep Disorders, and Deficits in Attention: New Predictors of Attention Disorders". Journal of Attention Disorders. 7, 83-91.

Craig Wallace & S. Vodanovich. (2003). "Can Accidents and Industrial Mishaps be Predicted? Investigating Workplace Performance and Cognitive Failure". Journal of Business and Psychology. 17, 503-514.

Craig Wallace & S. Vodanovich. (2003). "Workplace Safety Performance: Conscientiousness, Cognitive Failure, and Their Interaction". Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. 8, 316-327.

Craig Wallace, S. Kass & C. Stanny. (2002). "Cognitive Failures Revisted: Dimensions and Correlates of the Cognitive Failures Questionnaire". Journal of General Psychology. 129, 238-256.

Craig Wallace, S. Kass & C. Stanny. (2001). "Predicting Performance in "Go" Situations: A New Use for the Cognitive Failures Questionnaire". North American Journal of Psychology. 3, 481-490.

Craig Wallace. (2000). "Applying for Jobs Online: Examining the Legality of Internet Based Appliction Forms". Public Personnel Management. 29, 497-504.