Assoc, Professor of Experimental Psychology and Director of Organizational Leadership
Office: 3rd Floor Burgess Hall
PhD, Human Factors Engineering and I/O Psychology, Old Dominion University, 1992
Dr. Fulop gets very interested in what her students are interested in researching. Dr. Fulop has always been interested in human being’s unique capability for tool use and invention. She researches creativity and innovation methodology specifically for human-tool interactions. She also studies metacognition in order to apply cognitive research to help her students learn.
I love quantitative reasoning! I enjoy teaching statistics and research methods as well as perception, cognition and learning.
I am a charter member of the APS, a member of MPA and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
I love to travel and have explored many of America’s precious and valuable national parks. If you are planning a road trip, give me a call. I’ve recently started learning the art of vinting. It is quite fun and tasty. My label is "Mom’s Whinery".