Brittany Taylor

Postdoctoral Fellows

Contact Information

Department of Neurological Sciences
 

My research interests focus on understanding the dynamic interrelationships between cognitive abilities, neural processing, and behaviors across development, particularly during childhood and adolescence. During graduate school, I used electroencephalography and event-related potentials to study attention and executive functioning in typically-developing children. Following graduation, I spent one year as a post-doctoral research fellow at Boys Town National Research Hospital studying psychopathology in the adolescent brain via functional magnetic resonance imaging. Now in Dr. Wilson’s Lab, I am learning how to use magnetoencephalography to examine neurocognitive development from childhood on through adolescence in a large-scale, longitudinal study.

Education

Ph.D. - Applied Developmental Sciences, Colorado State University (2017)
M.S. - Family and Developmental Sciences, Colorado State University (2014)
B.S. - Psychlogy: Mind, Brain, and Behavioral Sciences, Colorado State University (2012)
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