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Travis Research Institute

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Resilience and Cogmed

Anne Nolty, PhD

Office

Psychology Building 341
Fuller Theological Seminary
180 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101-1714

Email

annenolty@fuller.edu

Phone

626.396.6019

 

External Collaborator

Lois Lee, PhD (Founder of Children of the Night)

Mission

Our mission is to help empower adolescents formerly involved in prostitution to achieve a productive life path and remain clear of prostitution.

PROJECT

Insecure attachment and projective themes

PROJECT

Neuropsychological profiles of executive functioning, learning, language

PROJECT

Children of the Night

Recent Publications

Trask-Kuchta, C., Amano, S. K., Vaillancourt, A., Jacques, K., Nolty, A. A. T., McLachlan, K., Liepmann, T. and Lee, L. (Manuscript in preparation). Socio-emotional functioning of adolescents involved in prostitution.

Vaillancourt, A., Amano, S. K., Trask-Kuchta, C., Nolty, A. A. T., Uguru, O., Liepmann, T., and Lee, L. (Manuscript in preparation). The impact of childhood prostitution on executive functioning, cognition, and memory.

People

Anne Nolty Lab

Faculty and Principal investigator

Anne Nolty

Anne Nolty

Assistant Professor of Psychology

BS (MATHEMATICS), DAVIDSON COLLEGE
MM (MATHEMATICS), UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
MA (PSYCHOLOGY), FULLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY
MDIV, FULLER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
PHD, FULLER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY

Stacy Amano

Director of Assessment Services, Psychological and Family Services

Students

Obiageli Uguru
Katherine McLachlan
Kendra Jacques
Gabriella Silva
Kyle Mitchell

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Contact Us
Staff

Jim Cummings, MDiv, MA
Research Administrator
jamescummings2@fuller.edu

Office Hours

Monday–Friday
8 am–5 pm

Address

Room 326
180 N. Oakland Ave

Pasadena, CA 91182