Scott T. Allison

Affiliations: 
University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, United States 
Area:
social psychology, heroes, heroism, leadership
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Parents

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David Hamilton grad student 1982-1987 UC Santa Barbara (PsychTree)
Charles G. McClintock grad student 1982-1987 UC Santa Barbara
David M. Messick grad student 1982-1987 UC Santa Barbara

Children

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JongHan Kim post-doc 2004-2006 University of Richmond (PsychTree)
Jeni L. Burnette post-doc 2006-2008 NCSU

Collaborators

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Norbert L. Kerr collaborator 1994-1994 Michigan State (Neurotree)
Charles Samuelson collaborator 1985-2000 Texas A& University (Neurotree)
Philip G. Zimbardo collaborator 2017-2017 Stanford (PsychTree)
George R. Goethals collaborator 1985-2020 University of Richmond
James Beggan collaborator 1987-2020 University of Louisville
Roderick M. Kramer collaborator 2014-2020 Stanford Graduate School of Business
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Allison ST, Beggan JK, Efthimiou O. (2019) Editorial: The Art and Science of Heroism and Heroic Leadership. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 655
Allison ST, Goethals GR, Marrinan AR, et al. (2019) The Metamorphosis of the Hero: Principles, Processes, and Purpose. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 606
Gray K, Anderson S, Doyle CM, et al. (2018) To Be Immortal, Do Good or Evil. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 146167217754068
Franco ZE, Allison ST, Kinsella EL, et al. (2016) Heroism Research: A Review of Theories, Methods, Challenges, and Trends Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 58: 382-396
Allison ST, Goethals GR. (2015) Hero Worship: The Elevation of the Human Spirit Journal For the Theory of Social Behaviour. 46: 187-210
Goethals GR, Allison ST. (2012) Making heroes: The construction of courage, competence and virtue Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 183-235
Davis JL, Burnette JL, Allison ST, et al. (2011) Against the odds: Academic underdogs benefit from incremental theories Social Psychology of Education. 14: 331-346
Beggan JK, Allison ST. (2009) Viva viva? Women's meanings associated with male nudity in a 1970s "for women" magazine. Journal of Sex Research. 46: 446-59
Allison ST, Eylon D, Beggan JK, et al. (2009) The demise of leadership: Positivity and negativity biases in evaluations of dead leaders Leadership Quarterly. 20: 115-129
Kim J, Allison ST, Eylon D, et al. (2008) Rooting for (and then abandoning) the underdog Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 38: 2550-2573
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