Dr. April Fugett Fuller is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at Marshall University.  She received her B.A. and M.A. in Experimental Psychology at Morehead State University and her Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Kansas.  Dr. Fugett Fuller came to Marshall in August 2008.  As a researcher, her interests include reading, spelling, semantic memory, learning, implicit memory, psycholinguistics, language processing, sentence processing, and neighborhood density.   Her current research examines technological influences on reading comprehension.  Dr. Fugett Fuller presently teaches Psychometrics, Experimental Psychology, Learning, Advanced Quantitative Analysis, Behavioral Statistics, Sensation and Perception, and Psychology of Popular Culture.  As Faculty Advisor of Psi Chi, she strives for student members to be involved not only in research, but in local community services.

Email: fugett5@marshall.edu
Phone: 304.696.2776
Office: Harris Hall 314