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?
Dr. Laurie Cutting investigates how phonics plays a key role in an early learner’s ability to read successfully, while family history can play a role in dyslexia and other struggling readers.
Dr. Laurie E. Cutting
Professor, Vanderbilt University
April 11, 2017