Caitlin Taylor, B.S., B.A.
B.S. -- Indiana University-Bloomington, 2007, Psychology
B.A. -- Indiana University-Bloomington, 2007, French
Caitlin graduated from Indiana University-Bloomington in 2007 with a B.S. in Psychology and a B.A. in French. Prior to entering graduate school, Caitlin worked on studies of rehabilitation outcomes in traumatic spinal cord injury, as well as methods of evaluating health literacy and public reporting of quality information. She was also involved in a longitudinal study of children and adolescents with Spina Bifida and its impact on their transitions into adolescence. She entered the Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience at Georgetown University in the summer of 2010, and is currently working under the mentorship of Dr. Eden on thesis research investigating a connection between V5/MT functioning and reading development.
email: ct323 at georgetown.edu
- Taylor, C., Flowers, D.L., Napoliello, E.M., VanMeter, J.M., Eden, G.F. (2015). Neuroanatomical relationships with reading and phonological processing in children and adults. Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Abstract.
- Taylor, C., Olulade, O.A., Luetje, M., Eden, G.F. (2014). An fMRI study of visual motion processing in area V5/MT in typical readers. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract.