Vita

Aubyn Fulton, Ph.D.
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PERSONAL INFORMATION:
California State License #: PSY 13187
Date of Birth: 5/29/59
Sex: Male
Marital Status: Married
Phone: (707) 965-6536 
FAX: (707) 965-6538
E-MAIL: afulton@puc.edu

EDUCATION:
Undergraduate:    PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE
                            Angwin, CA 94508
                            B.S. Psychology - 6/81

Graduate:             GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY
                             FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
                             Pasadena, CA
                             M.S. Theology - 12/90
                             Ph.D. Clinical Psychology - 12/90

WORK EXPERIENCE:
DATE:            September, 1988 - Current
Position:     PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY
                        Chair, Behavioral Science Department (since 1998)
Location:        PACIFIC UNION COLLEGE
                        Angwin, CA 94508
Duties: Teach lower and upper division psychology courses, including Personality, Abnormal Psychology, Principles of Counseling, Psychological Testing, Learning & Memory, History & Systems; PSI CHI advisor (1988-98); student advising; research. Department Administration includes managing budget, assigning and supervising course responsibilities, program development.

DATE:            September, 1993 - Present
Position:     Private Practice, Clinical Psychology
Location:        Angwin, CA              
Duties: Provide individual, couples and family therapy, psychological assessments. Emphasis on treatment of depression, assessment of Learning Disorders and Attention Deficit Disorder.

DATE:            June, 1991 - September, 1993
Position:     Staff Psychologist
Location:        Napa State Hospital
                        Napa, CA
Duties: Provide group and individual therapy, psychological and neuropsychological assessment, forensic assessment (competency to stand trial and not guilty by reason of insanity). Member of multi-disciplinary treatment team. Supervise Psychology Interns.

DATE:            September, 1987 - September 1988
Position:     CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERN (APA-Approved)
Location:        VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL
                        Martinez, CA
Duties: In-patient Psychiatry; In-patient Alcohol treatment; Outpatient individual and family therapy, and assessment. Specialized training and experience in Group Therapy, Neuropsychological assessment and Behavioral Medicine.

 DATE:            September, 1986 - September, 1987
Position:     CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERN (APA-APPROVED)
Location:        PACIFIC CLINICS
                        Pasadena, CA
Duties: Adult and family psychotherapy, and group therapy, in outpatient clinic; Team Psychologist & Consultant, Chronic Mentally Ill Homeless Outreach Project.

DATE:                  July, 1984 - June, 1985
Position:      PSYCHOLOGY CLERKSHIP
Location:        UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA MEDICAL CENTER
                        IRVINE, CA
Duties: Neuropsychological assessment of brain-injured patients. Psychological assessment of psychiatric in-patients;

DATE:            February, 1984 - September, 1985
Position:     SOCIAL WORKER & SUPERVISOR
Location:        UNION STATION - HOMELESS OUTREACH
                        Pasadena, CA
Duties: Overnight supervision of shelter operation; provision of basic social service information and advice; identification, assessment and referral of chronic mentally ill.

DATE:            September, 1982 - August, 1983
Position:      COMMUNITY OUTREACH WORKER
Location:        PROJECT IV - FAMILY OUTREACH
                        Pasadena, CA
Duties: Provision of counseling services to under-served populations (children and adolescents) in non-traditional settings.

 

PUBLICATIONS:
Fulton, Aubyn; Gorusch, R. & Maynard, E. (1999). Religious Orientation, Antihomosexual Sentiment & Fundamentalism. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 38(1), pp. 14-22.

Fulton, Aubyn. (1997). "Identity Status, Religious Orientation, and Prejudice". Journal of Youth and Adolescence. 26(1), pp 1-11.

 RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS:

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 2004.
Phoenix, Arizona

 

  • Directed Forgetting and Depression
    Jeni Guth, Jazmin Davila, Kristopher Staples, Melissa Urquhart, and Aubyn Fulton
  • The Effects of Inference Manipulation on Real and Illusory TOT’s
    Anna Lopez, Caleb Chambi, Henry Jung, Jennifer Loughlin, Maya Mackey, Aubyn Fulton
  • Effects of Levels of Processing and Response Bias on Conjunction Effects
    Jill Breitmaier, Cody Bullock, Valerie Hamilton, Christina Lewis, and Aubyn Fulton

 

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 2003.
Vancouver, British Columbia

 

  • The Effect Of Directed Forgetting On Retrieval Induced Forgetting
    Aamanda Parker, Rachelle Burke, Brandon Currier & Aubyn Fulton
  • Food-Focused Television Commericals, Body Image And Stroop Interference
    Winter Sigh & Aubyn Fulton
  • Mood Congruent False Memory
    Ana Strange & Aubyn Fulton

 

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 2002.
Irvine, California
 

 

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 2001.
Maui, Hawaii
 

§         Male Somatic Preferences For Women and Personality
Henock Tesfaw and Aubyn Fulton

§         Effect of Gender and Sexual Assault on Sexual Stroop Interference
Julie Merrel & Aubyn Fulton

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 2000.
Portland, Oregon

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1999.
Irvine, California

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1997.
Seattle, Washington

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1996.
San Jose, CA

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1995.
Los Angeles, CA

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1994.
Kona, HI

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1993.
Phoenix, AZ

American Psychological Association Convention
Summer, 1992.
Washington, D.C. 

American Psychological Association Convention
Summer, 1991.
San Francisco, CA

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1991.
San Francisco, CA

Western Psychological Association Convention
Spring, 1990.
Los Angeles, CA

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Multiracial Identity Development
Mood and Cognition

HONORS and FELLOWSHIPS:
1981 APA Minority Fellowship
1982 Graduate Fellow, First Annual Conference on Minority Mental Health
1989 PSI CHI ADVISOR OF MERIT AWARD
1992 Zapara Award for Excellence in Teaching
1996 PEW Summer Research Fellowship

FACULTY COMMITTEES and RESPONSIBILITIES:
Faculty Development Committee, 1990-1993 (Chair, 1991-92).
Academic Standards and Policies Committee, 1990-1993 (Chair, 1992-93).
Rank and Tenure Committee, 1993-96, (Chair, 1994-96).
Faculty Board Observer, (1996-1998)
Multi-Cultural Issues Advisor, 1990-98.
PSI CHI Advisor, 1988-98.
Behavioral Science Colloquium Coordinator, 1994-2004.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND LICENSES:
Licensed Psychologist, State of California (PSY 13187)
American Psychological Association.
American Psychological Society.
Western Psychological Association.

 

 

Last updated 5/9/04