Marviene W. Fulton

Adjunct Professor of Psychology

Marviene Fulton Psychology Adjunct Professor UNC Charlotte

Working Toward a Brighter Future

Marviene Waynell Fulton is a psychology adjunct professor at the University of North Carolina, at Charlotte. Professor Fulton has taught Introduction to Comparative Psychology and Critical Thinking about Research at UNC Charlotte. She will also teach Sensation and Perception Fall 2024. 

UNC Charlotte ranks as one of the top 100 public universities in the nation, according to U.S. News Best College ranking report for 2024. The same report ranked UNC Charlotte's Psychology program as one of the top 50 in the nation. 

Professor Fulton focused her graduate study on cognition. She conducted research on empathy and its utilization (or lack thereof) in moral decision making. Her dissertation, "Moral Judgments on Health Motivated Transgressions: The Interplay of Moral Foundations, Empathy, and Political Identity" was funded by the UNC Charlotte College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, the Department of Defense, and the National Science Foundation.