Ph.D. Industrial-Organizational Psychology; Human Factors Engineering, Old Dominion University
M.S. Psychology, Old Dominion University
B.A. Psychology, Boston College
Burrus Dickinson 102
Dr. Fulop gets very interested in what her students are interested in researching. She 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 or human-computer interactions. Her research also questions the role of leadership in organizational innovation.
International class: London Live Favorite classes: Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Perception, Cognition, Human Factors, Research Methods, Statistics. You too will love statistics!
Taught: Learning & Motivation, Social Psychology, History and Systems of Psychology, Biopsychology, General Psychology
I am a charter member of the APS and a member of MPA and APA.
My spouse directs homeless shelters. There are times I’m cooking for a crowd on short notice. Good thing I know how to cook.
ALL, 100%, of our majors do their own research junior year! We travel with our students to conferences. Many of our psychology majors present their research at the ILLOWA Undergraduate conference or the MPA conference.
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”.