Dr. Laurie E. Cutting
Professor, Vanderbilt University

Dr. Laurie E. Cutting, PhD, is a professor at Vanderbilt University and a leading expert in cognitive neuroscience. She heads several National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research projects on reading and reading comprehension and is a co-investigator on other NIH-funded and Department of Education-funded projects researching reading development and reading disabilities. She focuses on brain-behavior relations in children and adolescents, with a particular emphasis on reading disabilities, language, and executive function. 

Dr. Laurie E. Cutting, PhD, is a professor at Vanderbilt University and a leading expert in cognitive neuroscience. She heads several National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research projects on reading and reading comprehension and is a co-investigator on other NIH-funded and Department of Education-funded projects researching reading development and reading disabilities. She focuses on brain-behavior relations in children and adolescents, with a particular emphasis on reading disabilities, language, and executive function. 

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Do All Reading Comprehension Tests Assess Equally?
Dr. Laurie Cutting, a leading expert in cognitive neuroscience, explains the importance of using a multiple assessment formats to get a complete picture of a student’s reading comprehension level.
Dr. Laurie E. Cutting
Professor, Vanderbilt University
August 08, 2017
What Are the Factors That Contribute to Reading Failure?
What are the causes of reading failure? Dr. Laurie Cutting investigates the factors affecting reading difficulties in children, including the role of phonics and family history with struggling readers.
Dr. Laurie E. Cutting
Professor, Vanderbilt University
April 11, 2017