Erika K. Fulton, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Experimental Psychology
Office: Garrison Rm 404
B.A. (1998) Haverford College
M.A. (2010) California State University, Long Beach
Ph.D. (2015) Georgia Institute of Technology
I have broad research interests in metacognition (thinking about one's cognition), including metamemory and metacomprehension, and cognitive aging. I work to identify the cues on which metacognitive judgments are based, evaluate the reliability of these cues, and understand individual differences (including aging) in metacognitive judgment accuracy.
Dr. Erika Fulton’s Publications on Research Gate (https://www.researchgate.net/
Lab Website: https://erikafulton.weebly.com/
Dr. Fulton is accepting new graduate students for admission in fall 2023.
Erin M. Madison, Erika Kathleen Fulton & Becca N. Huber (2021) Relationship between Generalized Metacomprehension and Personality Traits, Reading Psychology, 42:3, 197-213, DOI: 10.1080/02702711.2021.1888347