The Research in the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary takes place within the context of Travis Research Institute (TRI). TRI is committed to fostering interdisciplinary research into the relationships between social systems, environmental situations, personality, mental and affective states, cognitive processes, neurobiological functions, and spiritual and religious states and practices.
An important role of TRI is the establishment and maintenance of a research infrastructure that encourages large-scale collaborative research and facilitates obtaining research funding for the various projects.
EVENT: Spring 2013 Quarter Research Colloquium. The LAST Research Colloquium of the quarter will take place on June 3, 2013 in the Travis Auditorium. Our guest will be Dr. Jesse Graham, from USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, speaking on "Ideological Conflicts as Opposing Moral Visions".
EVENT: Emerging Tools for Innovative Providers: Interdisciplinary Applications from Spirituality & Health Research. Integrate 25 years of Spirituality & Health Research into Your Discipline, July 22-26, 2013 @ Fuller Theological Seminary Graduate School of Psychology. To download a flyer with more information CLICK HERE or visit the event website by CLICKING HERE.
TRI Videos NOW Available online. If you would like to access videos to past seminars, conferences, symposiums, and events sponsored by TRI, please CLICK HERE.
Congratulations for Drs. Maria Wong and Joey Fung on receiving a grant for their research on "Finding the Zen between Church and Family Commitment of Chinese Amercian Church Leaders". Grant was awarded by the Louisville Institute.
Congratulations to Dr. Pam King on being awarded a grant with the Biologos Foundation. Her 2 year research will focus on "Evolutionary Psychology and Christian Views on Human Thriving".
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Schnitker, who was awarded a one year planning grant for her study "Virtue Interventions in Adolescent Athletes: Effects of Imbuing Activities with Instrumental, Moral, or Spiritual Meaning" by the John Templeton Foundation.