Paul Mallery
Paul Mallery, Ph.D.
Professor, Psychology

Education: 

  • Ph.D. in Social Psychology with minors in Measurement and Political Psychology, University of California at Los Angeles, 1994.
  • B.A. in Psychology with minors in Physics and English, Loma Linda University, 1989.

Principal Research Interests

I am working towards an examination of the relationship between Fowler's model of faith development (particularly bounds of social awareness) and prejudice. My current focus is on a new scale to assess faith development. The end goal is a scale that is psychometrically sound, assessing all of the aspects of the model from stages 2 or 3 through 5 or 6.


Research Areas: 

  • Prejudice
  • Intergroup relations
  • Psychology of religion

E-mail: pmallery@lasierra.edu
Phone: 951-785-2528
Web: https://lasierra.academia.edu/PaulMallery
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Paul_Mallery
https://www.linkedin.com/in/pmallery
http://paul.imallery.net

 


Awards

 

  • G. T. Anderson Teaching Award, La Sierra University. 1999

 


Representative Publications

  1. George, D. [co-author], & Mallery, P. (2013). IBM SPSS Statistics Step by Step: A Simple Guide and Introduction, Thirteenth Edition. Boston: Pearson.Mallery, P., Mallery, S., & Gorsuch, R. (2000). A preliminary taxonomy of attributions to God. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 10(3), 135-156.
  2. Mallery, P. (2000). Controllability, anger, judgments, and valence in attributions for civil unrest. Journal of Social Psychology, 140(3), 393-395.
  3. Chung, T. [student], & Mallery, P. (1999). Social comparison, individualism-collectivism, and self-esteem in China and the United States. Current Psychology: Developmental, Learning, Personality, Social, 18, 340-352.