Dr. Wayne Wallace has been a contributing faculty member in the the School of Psychology, forensic specialization, since 2016, Dr. Wallace also serves as a Ph.D. dissertation mentor.
Dr. Wallace is a retired police detective with 20 years of law enforcement experience and consults privately as a forensic criminologist.
Dr. Wallace's primary research expertise include include criminal psychology, criminal investigative and legal decision making, eyewitness identification, and police procedures and conduct, and interview and interrogations.
FPSY 8202 - Criminal Investigative Analysis and Offender Behavior
FPSY 8135 - Criminal Behavior
FPSY 8102 - Intersection of Crime, Psychology and Law
FPSY 8100 - Introduction to Forensic Psychology
PhD, Walden University
MA, Chicago School of Professional Psychology
BA, Adams State University
Awards / Honors
Harold L. Hodgkinson Award for Outstanding Dissert, Walden University, 2016
Psi Chi Honor Society, Walden University, 2012
Wallace, w. A. (2015). Confirmation Bias in Criminal Investigations. International Association of Investigative Psychology
Wallace, W. A. (2015). Confirmation Bias in Criminal Investigations. Society for Police and Criminal Psychology
Wallace, W. A. (2015). Confirmation Bias in Criminal Investigations. European Association of Law and Psychology
Wallace, W. A. (2017). Police Assailants: Causes, Motivations and Criminal Correlates. Society of Police and Criminal Psychology
Wallace, W. A. (2016). Police Lethal Force: Fact, Fiction, Perception & Paving a way forward. Society of Police and Criminal Psychology
Wallace, W. A. (2017). The Psychology of the Criminal Mind. International Association of Corrections Training Personnel