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Blake Allan
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Blake A. Allan is associate professor of counseling psychology. He earned his PhD from the University of Florida and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Western Ontario. Dr. Allan’s research broadly examines how personal and socioeconomic factors affect access to decent, meaningful, and fulfilling work and how these types of work relate to mental health and well-being. Within this area, Dr. Allan has focused on (a) how prosocial behaviors lead to more meaningful work; (b) the conceptualization, measurement, and impact of underemployment; and (c) how factors like social class and occupational choice privilege are relevant for obtaining decent, meaningful, and fulfilling work.

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