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Denise Wallace

Graduate Laboratory Assistant
Department of Psychology
Postgraduate Research Student
Department of Psychology
 Denise Wallace

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PUBLICATIONS: Maltezou-Papastylianou, C., R. Russo, D. Wallace, C. Harmsworth and S. Paulmann (2022). "Different stages of emotional prosody processing in healthy ageing-evidence from behavioural responses, ERPs, tDCS, and tRNS." PLoS One 17(7): e0270934. Eltiti, S., D. Wallace, et al. (2018). "Symptom Presentation in Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance With Attribution to Electromagnetic Fields: Evidence for a Nocebo Effect Based on Data Re-Analyzed From Two Previous Provocation Studies." Frontiers in Psychology 9(1563). Russo, R., P. Twyman, et al. (2017). "When you can, scale up: Large-scale study shows no effect of tDCS in an ambiguous risk-taking task." Neuropsychologia 104(Supplement C): 133-143. Wallace, D., N. R. Cooper, et al. (2016). Perceived Comfort and Blinding Efficacy in Randomised Sham-Controlled Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) Trials at 2 mA in Young and Older Healthy Adults. PloS one 11(2): e0149703. Eltiti, S., D. Wallace, et al. (2015). Aggregated data from two double-blind base station provocation studies comparing individuals with idiopathic environmental intolerance with attribution to electromagnetic fields and controls. Bioelectromagnetics 36(2): 96-107. Russo, R., D. Wallace, et al. (2013). Perception of Comfort During Active and Sham Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation: A Double Blind Study. BRAIN STIMULATION: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation 6(6): 946-951. Wallace, D., S. Eltiti, et al. (2012). Cognitive and physiological responses in humans exposed to a TETRA base station signal in relation to perceived electromagnetic hypersensitivity. Bioelectromagnetics 33(1): 23-39. Wallace, D., S. Eltiti, et al. (2010). Do TETRA (Airwave) Base Station Signals Have a Short-Term Impact on Health and Well-Being? A Randomized Double-Blind Provocation Study. Environmental Health Perspectives 118(6). Eltiti, S., D. Wallace, et al. (2009). Short-term exposure to mobile phone base station signals does not affect cognitive functioning or physiological measures in individuals who report sensitivity to electromagnetic fields and controls. Bioelectromagnetics 30(7): 556-563. Eltiti, S., D. Wallace, et al. (2007a). Does Short-Term Exposure to Mobile Phone Base Station Signals Increase Symptoms in Individuals Who Report Sensitivity to Electromagnetic Fields? A Double-Blind Randomized Provocation Study. Environmental Health Perspectives 115(11): 1603-1608. Eltiti, S., D. Wallace, et al. (2007b). Development and evaluation of the electromagnetic hypersensitivity questionnaire. Bioelectromagnetics 28(2): 137- 151. Eltiti, S., D. Wallace, et al. (2005). Selective target processing: Perceptual load or distractor salience? Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 67(5): 876-885. CONFERENCES: Eltiti, S., Wallace, D., Ridgewell, A., Zougkou, K., Russo, R., Sepulveda, F. and Fox, E., (2012). BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES DURING COGNITIVE TASKS NOT SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE NOCEBO EFFECT Wallace, D., Eltiti, S., Ridgewell, A., Garner, K., Russo, R. and Fox, E., (2008). Idiopathic environmental intolerance with attribution to electromagnetic fields: A grounded theory model of illness and coping

Qualifications

  • MSc in Psychology (with distinction) University of Essex (2003)

Research and professional activities

Thesis

Life stress, neuromodulation and their influence on maintaining a healthy brain: An investigation into the positive and negative impact of experienced stress and neuromodulation on adults cognitive function.

Supervisor: Professor Riccardo Russo

Research interests

Neuromodulation

Life Events Stress

Ageing

Contact

dwallace@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874152

Location:

3.712, Colchester Campus