Temple CVELISE TEMPLE, PhDEmail: temple.elise@gmail.comEDUCATION1997-2001 Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford...
Temple CVPUBLICATIONSGanzel, B., Kim, P., Costanzo, H., Tottenham, N., & Temple, E. (in press). Stress and the healthy ado...
Temple CVTemple, E (2003) The developmental cognitive neuroscience approach to the study of developmental disorders.Behavi...
Temple CVBrain Plasticity and Education: Behavioral Intervention and the Brain “Neuromyths” & “Neurotruths” in Educationan...
Temple CVNeural Plasticity in Developmental Dyslexia Brain-Behavior Dynamics across the Lifespan: Methodological andConcep...
Temple CVNeural Plasticity in Dyslexic Children Distinguished Speakers in Development Series, Department of PsychologyColl...
Temple CVGullick, M.M. & Temple, E (2011) Neural processing of negative numbers. Presented at Cognitive NeuroscienceAnnual...
Temple CVGanzel, B.L., Casey, B.J., Altemus, M., Voss, H., Glover, G. & Temple, E. (2006) September 11, 2001: The neuralan...
Temple CVTallal, P., Benasich, A., Flax, J., Temple, E., Gabrieli, J., Poldrack, R. & Merzenich, M. (2001) Behavioral,neur...
Temple CVUNIVERSITY AND DEPARTMENTAL LEADERSHIP & SERVICEDartmouth College       Member, President‟s Higher Education Stud...
Temple CVAd-hoc textbook reviewer:        Blackwell Publishing; Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc.; Garland Publishing; Palgra...
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  1. 1. Temple CVELISE TEMPLE, PhDEmail: temple.elise@gmail.comEDUCATION1997-2001 Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CAHoward Hughes Medical Institute Pre-Doctoral FellowPh.D., June, 2001; Major: NeurosciencesAdvisor: J.D.E. Gabrieli, Ph.D.Thesis: Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Reading Disorders: Neural Correlates of Reading Difficulty in Adults andChildren1993-1997 University of Oregon, Eugene, ORB.S., summa cum laude, June 1997; Majors: Psychology with Honors, Biology; Minor: ChemistryAdvisor: M.I. Posner, Ph.D.Thesis: The Development of an Internal Representation of Magnitude: Event-Related Potentials and the DistanceEffect in Children and Adults.PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE2013 – Present Nielsen NeuroFocus o Neuroscience Group Director, Cincinnati OH2011 – 2013 Nielsen NeuroFocus o Neuroscience Director, Cincinnati OH2007 – 2010 Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH o Assistant Professor, Director Educational Neuroscience Lab, Department of Education o Graduate faculty, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences2001-2007 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY o Assistant Professor, Director Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, Department of Human Development o Member of Graduate Field Faculty, Departments of Human Development, Psychology, & Cognitive Sciences o Faculty Fellow, Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology1997-2001 Stanford University, Stanford, CA o Howard Hughes pre-doctoral fellow, Stanford University Medical School Neurosciences Program1994-1997 University of Oregon o Research AssociateAWARDS & HONORSFellow, National Forum on the Future of Liberal Education, 2009 – 2012SUNY Chancellors Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2004Howard Hughes Medical Institute Predoctoral Training Grant, 1997-2001University of Oregon Super Six, top six graduates of 1997Phi Beta Kappa, inducted 1997Barry M. Goldwater Scholar for Excellence in Mathematics, Science, and EngineeringHoward Hughes Medical Institute Summer Research FellowCenturion Award, University of Oregon Last updated 3/2013 pg 1
  2. 2. Temple CVPUBLICATIONSGanzel, B., Kim, P., Costanzo, H., Tottenham, N., & Temple, E. (in press). Stress and the healthy adolescent brain:Evidence for the neural embedding of life events. Development and Psychopathology.Gullick, MM, Temple, E & Wolford, G (2012) Understanding less than nothing: neural distance effects for negativenumbers, NeuroImage, 62, 542-554.Gullick, MM & Temple, E (2011) Brain function for numbers with semantic associations: are historic yearsunderstood as numbers or events? Brain & Cognition, 77, 356-364.Sprute, LA & Temple, E (2011) Representations of fractions: Evidence for accessing the whole magnitude in adults,Mind Brain and Education, 5, 42-47.Gullick, MM, Sprute, LA & Temple, E (2011) Individual differences in working memory, nonverbal IQ andmathematics achievement and brain mechanisms associated with symbolic and non-symbolic number processing,Learning and Individual Differences, 6, 644-654.Kobayashi Frank, C & Temple, E (2009) Cultural effect on the neural basis of „Theory of Mind‟, Progress in BrainResearch, 178, 213-223.Ganzel, B, Kim, P, Glover, G & Temple, E (2008) Resilience after 9/11: Multimodal neuroimaging evidence forstress-related change in the healthy adult human brain, Neuroimage, 40, 788-795.Kobayashi, C, Glover, G & Temple, E (2008) Switching language switches mind: linguistic effects ondevelopmental neural bases of „Theory of Mind‟, Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience, 3, 62-70.Ganzel, B, Eckenrode, JJ, Wethington, E & Temple, E (2007) Salivary cortisol levels and mood vary by lifetimetrauma exposure in a sample of healthy women, Journal of Traumatic Stress, 20, 689-699.Gabb, N, Gabrieli, JDE, Deutsch, GK, Tallal, P & Temple, E (2007) Neural correlates of rapid auditory processingare disrupted in children with developmental dyslexia and ameliorated with training: an fMRI study, RestorativeNeurology Neuroscience, 25, 295–310.Martinez, KN & Temple, E (in press) Neurobiology of development & plasticity: Implications for neuro-math-ed.Chapter to appear in Neuromathematics Education: Establishing a Subfield, Eds. Kelly, A.E., Baek, J. &Kalbfleisch, M.L.Kobayashi, C, Glover, G & Temple, E (2007) Cultural and linguistic effects on neural bases of „theory of mind‟ inAmerican and Japanese children, Brain Research, 1164, 95-107Ganzel, B, Casey, GK & Temple, E (2007) The aftermath of 9/11: Effect of intensity and recency of trauma onoutcome, Emotion, 7, 227-238.Kobayashi, C, Glover, G & Temple, E (2007) Neural bases of children‟s verbal and nonverbal “Theory of Mind”:An fMRI study, Neuropsychologia, 45, 1522-1532.Ganzel, B., Kim, P., Altemus, M., Voss, H.U., & Temple, E. (2007). After 9/11: Grey matter density in rightventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) predicts salivary cortisol levels in healthy trauma-exposed adults. Annals ofthe New York Academy of Sciences, 1121, 664-665.Kobayashi, C, Glover, G & Temple, E (2006) Theory of Mind across different cultures: An fMRI study of Englishand Japanese adults, Brain and Language, 98, 210-220.Temple, E, Poldrack, RA, Deutsch, GK, Miller, S, Tallal, P, Merzenich, MM & Gabrieli, JDE (2003) Neural deficitsin children with dyslexia ameliorated by behavioral remediation: Evidence from fMRI. Proceedings of the NationalAcademy of Sciences, 100, 2860-2865. Last updated 3/2013 pg 2
  3. 3. Temple CVTemple, E (2003) The developmental cognitive neuroscience approach to the study of developmental disorders.Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 25, 771.Temple, E (2003) Changes in brain function in children with dyslexia after training. The International ReadingAssociation Special Report, 1, 1-3.Temple, E (2002) Brain mechanisms in normal and dyslexic readers. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 12, 178-183.Poldrack, RA, Temple, E, Protopapas, A, Nagarajan, S, Tallal, P, Merzenich, M & Gabrieli, JDE (2001) Relationsbetween the neural bases of dynamic auditory processing and phonological processing: Evidence from fMRI.Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 13, 687-697.Temple, E, Poldrack, RA, Salidis, J, Deutsch, GK, Tallal, P, Merzenich, MM & Gabrieli, JDE (2001) Disruptedneural responses to phonological and orthographic processing in dyslexic children: An fMRI study. Neuroreport, 12,1-9.Temple, E, Poldrack, RA, Protopapas, A, Nagarajan, S, Saltz, T, Tallal, P, Merzenich, M & Gabrieli, JDE (2000)Disruption of the neural response to rapid acoustic stimuli in dyslexia: Evidence from functional MRI. Proceedingsof the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 97, 13907-13912.Klingberg, T, Hedehus, M, Temple, E, Saltz, T, Gabrieli, JDE, Moseley, ME, & Poldrack, RA (2000)Microstructure of temporo-parietal white matter as a basis for reading ability: Evidence from diffusion tensorimaging. Neuron, 25, 493-500.Temple, E & Posner, MI (1998) Brain mechanisms of quantity are similar in 5-year-olds and adults. Proceedings ofthe National Academy of Sciences, USA, 95, 7836-7841.CITATIONSGoogle Scholar, March 2013: 2536; h-index: 14; i10-index: 15INVITED PRESENTATIONSHow Does the Brain Change? Brain Imaging Studies of Development and Plasticity; Department of Psychology,Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, November 22, 2010Are Faces Special? Visual Processing of Complex Objects, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, November 22, 2010The Beginnings of Social Cognition: Are Faces Special? Honors Program History of Science, WestminsterCollege, Salt Lake City, UT, November 18, 2010How Does the Human Brain Develop and Change? Studying Brain Plasticity with fMRI, Honors Program &Neurosciences Program, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT, November 17, 2010What Cognitive Neuroscience Can Tell Us about Higher Ed Learning and the Liberal Arts, National Forum on theFuture of Liberal Education, New York, NY, October 16, 2010Mathematics and the Brain: Implications for Math Education Vermont Council of Teachers of MathematicsConference College of St Joseph, Rutland, VT, April 1, 2010Brain Plasticity & Education: Brain Effects of Remediation Public Policy, Governance, and Pedagogy NationalForum on the Future of Liberal Education, New York, NY, February 20, 2010Learning & the Brain: Brain Plasticity and Education Hanover High School Hanover, NH October 14, 2009Educational Neuroscience CO-SIGN: Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH May 25, 2009 Last updated 3/2013 pg 3
  4. 4. Temple CVBrain Plasticity and Education: Behavioral Intervention and the Brain “Neuromyths” & “Neurotruths” in Educationand Brain Sciences Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, May 19, 2009Structure and Function: How the Brain Works, Richmond Middle School, Hanover, NH, January 30, 2009What You Can Do Depends On Your Brain: Brain Structure and Brain Function Brain Symposium, RichmondMiddle School, Hanover, NH, January 25, 2008Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Developmental Disorders, Neuroimaging in Child PsychiatrySymposium, Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Montreal, Quebec, November 11-13, 2007A Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Approach to Reading and Mathematics Education Mind, Brain andEducation Brown Bag, Department of Education Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, November 9, 2007The Effects of Trauma on Brain Function and Structure Social Brain Science Brown Bag, Department ofPsychological & Brain Sciences Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, October 25, 2007Development & Plasticity: Brain Imaging of Reading Remediation & Implications for NeuroMathEd, Departmentof Education, Dartmouth, NH, December 6, 2006Cognitive Neuroscience of Reading: FMRI of Reading, Reading Disorders, and the Effects of RemediationDepartment of Psychology Rhodes College, Memphis, TN, April 20, 2006A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach to Reading & Reading Disorders Department of Psychology, GuilfordCollege, Greensboro, NC, March 20, 2006What Do We Know About Reading & the Brain? Brain Imaging of Reading & Reading Disorders, Jamesville-DeWitt Central School District Staff Development, Jamesville, NY, March 15, 2006Reading and the Brain – the Link to Education, Neuro-Mathematics Education Symposium OECD (Organizationfor Economic Co-operation & Development) Copenhagen, Denmark, February 21-22, 2006The Neurobiology of Dyslexia Upstate Superintendent Meeting on Literacy, Syracuse, NY, December 13, 2005Dyslexia & the Brain NYS Infancy Conference, Tarrytown, NY, September 26, 2005The Neurobiology of Dyslexia Upstate Literacy Meeting, Rochester, NY, September 15, 2005The Cognitive Neuroscience of Literacy Memory & Cognitive Development SRCD Pre-conference Society forResearch in Child Development, Atlanta, GA, April 7, 2005The Human Brain & Mind: Teaching Undergraduates about Neuroscience Presidential Council of Cornell WomenAnnual Meeting Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, April 1, 2005The Effects of Remediation on the Brain, NICHD & US Department of Ed, Improving Academic Performanceamong American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian Students Santa Fe, NM, March 15-18, 2005Cognitive Neuroscience Approach to Reading & Literacy Human Development Brown Bag seminar, CornellUniversity, Ithaca, NY, March 18, 2005A Day in the Life of a Cognitive Neuroscientist Cornell Cognitive Science Program 2005 Inaugural Lecture CornellUniversity, Ithaca, NY, February 24, 2005Literacy Programs in Cornell Cooperative Extension, The ABCs of Parenting Education, Faculty guest responderIthaca, NY, January 19, 2005Understanding of Reading Disorders and the Brain, The Cornell Experience Presidential Campus Visit for AlumniParents Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, November 6, 2004 Last updated 3/2013 pg 4
  5. 5. Temple CVNeural Plasticity in Developmental Dyslexia Brain-Behavior Dynamics across the Lifespan: Methodological andConceptual Advances Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany, September 21-25, 2004Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Dyslexia Methods and Application of DTI Symposium National Science Foundation& New York Academy of Sciences Forum, New York City, NY, August 19-20, 2004Functional Imaging of Dyslexia: Exploring Rapid Auditory and Phonological Processing, InternationalNeuropsychological Symposium, Port Helios, Greece, June 21-25, 2004Dyslexia and the Brain Part II Cornell Cooperative Extension Research Update, Ithaca, NY, June 8, 2004Brain Imaging: A Window to the Brain Alumni Affairs Development Life Science Update Cornell University,Ithaca, NY, May 7, 2004Cognitive Neuroscience Approach to Reading & Literacy Human Development Brown Bag Seminar, CornellUniversity, Ithaca, NY, March, 2004Brain Mechanisms of Reading, Reading Disorders, and Response to Intervention Literacy and Numeracy NetworkOrganization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Center for Education Research & Innovation (OECD-CERI), El Escorial, Spain, March 1-3, 2004The Promise of the Life Sciences: Brain Imaging is a Window into the Mind Cornell University Alumni ParentsLife Sciences Session Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, November 15, 2003What Do We Know About Reading & the Brain? Brain Imaging of Reading & Reading Disorders. Learning and theBrain Conference Harvard University, Boston MA, November 7, 2003Functional Imaging of Behavioral Remediation in Developmental Dyslexia National Institute of Drug Abuse:Neurobiology of Treatment Symposium, Bethesda, MD, October 15-16, 2003Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience of Language: Explorations of Developmental Dyslexia and the Brain UCIrvine Department of Cognitive Studies Colloquium Series University of California at Irvine, Irvine, CA, October13, 2003Dyslexia and the Brain Symposium on Speech, Language and Literacy Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, July 19, 2003Dyslexia and the Brain Cornell Cooperative Extension Human Development Research Update Ithaca, NY, June 9,2003The Promise of the Life Sciences: Brain Imaging is a Window into the Mind Cornell University Alumni Event,“The Power and Promise of the Life Sciences” Museum of Science, Boston, MA, May 9, 2003Dyslexia and the Brain: Brain Imaging of Reading, Reading Disorders, & Response to Training Department ofNeuroscience, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR, May 6, 2003Dyslexia and the Brain: Brain Imaging of Reading Disorders Developing Individuality in the Human Brain: ATribute to Michael Posner University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, May 2, 2003Dyslexia & the Brain: Brain Imaging of Reading, Reading Disorders, & the Response to Training Children OurCommon Wealth IV Annual Conference Cincinnati, OH, March 4, 2003FMRI: A Window into the Brain College of Human Ecology Advisory Council Cornell University, Ithaca, NY,October 18, 2002Building Bridges between Applied and Basic Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, August 16, 2002Neural Plasticity in Dyslexic Children Human Development Brown Bag Seminar, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY,February 14, 2002 Last updated 3/2013 pg 5
  6. 6. Temple CVNeural Plasticity in Dyslexic Children Distinguished Speakers in Development Series, Department of PsychologyColloquium Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, February 8, 2002Language and Rapid Auditory Processing: Exploring Their Relationship with FMRI Distinguished Speakers inDevelopment Series, Department of Psychology Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, February 7, 2002The Neural Basis of Dyslexia Sackler Institute / Rockefeller University Colloquium on Systems Neuroscience, NewYork, NY, October 18, 2001Dyslexia and the Brain: Implications for Education, Brain Connection to Education, Dallas, TX, October 11, 2001Neuroimaging Evidence for a Biological Basis for Dyslexia Brain Connection to Education Spring Forum 2001 SanFrancisco, CA, May 3-5, 2001Evidence for a Biological Basis for Dyslexia: Functional Imaging of Reading Disorders Department of HumanDevelopment, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY January 29, 2001Evidence for a Biological Basis for Dyslexia: Functional Imaging of Reading Disorders Department of Psychology,University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, January 26, 2001Evidence for a Biological Basis for Dyslexia: Functional Imaging of Reading Disorders Department of Psychology,Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, January 22, 2001Rapid Auditory Processing in Prefrontal Cortex and its Dysfunction in Dyslexia Department of Psychology,University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, January 16, 2001Evidence for a Biological Basis for Dyslexia: Functional Imaging of Reading Disorders Department of Psychology,University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, January 15, 2001Evidence for a Biological Basis for Dyslexia: Functional Imaging of Reading Disorders Department of Psychology,University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA January 8, 2001Diffusion Tensor Imaging: Applications for Developmental Dyslexia Mapping Function and Anatomy in theHuman Brain Department of Radiology, Michigan State University, November 3, 2000, East Lansing, MIFunctional and Structural Brain Differences in Dyslexia: Evidence for a Biological Basis. International DyslexiaAssociation Annual Conference, November 2000, Washington D.C.Language, Reading, and the Temporal Processing Hypothesis Neuroimaging Seminar Psychology Department,Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, November 9, 1999Applications of Diffusion Tensor Imaging Brain Imaging Symposium, Sackler Institute for DevelopmentalPsychobiology New York, NY, October 8-10, 1999Dyslexia: Searching for the Brain Basis of Reading Disorders Developmental Psychology Seminar, StanfordUniversity, Palo Alto, CA, September 22, 1999Neural Basis of Language and Reading Disorders American Speech-Language-Hearing Association AnnualConvention San Francisco, CA, November 18-21, 1999Language and Rapid Auditory Processing: Exploring Their Relationship with fMRI McDonnell-Pew Program inCognitive Neuroscience Annual Meeting San Diego, CA, June 17-19, 1999CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONSSprute, L.A., Gullick, M.M. & Temple, E. (2011) Brain mechanisms of symbolic and nonsymbolic number inchildren. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Annual Meeting, April 2011, San Francisco, CA. Last updated 3/2013 pg 6
  7. 7. Temple CVGullick, M.M. & Temple, E (2011) Neural processing of negative numbers. Presented at Cognitive NeuroscienceAnnual Meeting, April 2011, San Francisco, CA.Sprute, L.A., Gullick, M.M., & Temple, E. (2010) Neural correlates of the distance effect for nonsymbolic andsymbolic numerosities. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 2010, San Diego,CA.Gullick, M.M. & Temple, E. (2010) Brain function for numbers with semantic associations: Are historic yearsunderstood as numbers or events? Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 2010,San Diego, CA.Gullick, M.M. & Temple, E. (2010) Timelines and number lines: Are historic years processed more like numbers orevents? Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2010, Montreal, CanadaSprute, L. & Temple, E. (2010) Representations of fractions within the brain. Poster presented at CognitiveNeuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2010, Montreal, CanadaGanzel, B.L., Gilmore, H., Tottenham, N. & Temple, E. (2010) Trauma and the developing brain: Neuroimagingevidence for long-term stress-related neural change in healthy children. Poster presented at Cognitive NeuroscienceSociety Annual Meeting, April 2010, Montreal, CanadaGullick, M.M. & Temple, E. (2010) Timelines and number lines: Are historic years processed more like numbers orevents? Poster presented at Graduate Poster Session, Graduate Appreciation Week, Dartmouth College, April 2010Sprute, L., Rapf, R.J., Chatterjee, N. & Temple, E. (2009) Fraction magnitude processing in adults relies on anintuitive understanding of quantity. Poster presented at International Mind, Brain & Education Conference, May2009, Philadelphia, PAGanzel, B.L., Glatt, C., Tottenham, N., Glover, G., Casey, B.J. & Temple, E. (2009) The influence of life stress on 66amygdala reactivity in children and adults: Moderation by the BDNF val met polymorphism. Poster presented atbiennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, April 2009, Denver, COGilmore, H. & Temple, E. (2007) Decomposing the Multi-Source Interference Task. Poster presented at AnnualMeeting of the Psychonomic Society, November 2007, Long Beach, CAGanzel, B.L., Casey, B.J., Glover, G., Voss, H. & Temple, E. (2007) The aftermath of 9/11: Effect of intensity andrecency of trauma on outcome. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, May 2007,New York, NYKobayashi, C., Glover, G. & Temple, E. (2007) Culture and/or language-specific development of neural bases ofverbal and nonverbal Theory of Mind. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, May2007, New York, NYGanzel, B.L., Kim, P., Altemus, M. & Temple, E. (2007) After 9/11/01: Grey matter density in right ventromedialprefrontal cortex (vmPFC) predicts salivary cortisol levels in healthy trauma-exposed adults. Poster presented atNew York Academy of Sciences Conference on “Linking Affect to Action: Critical Contributions of theOrbitofrontal Cortex”, March 2007, New York, NYGilmore, H. & Temple, E. (2006) Decomposing the Multi -Source Interference (MSI) Task. Poster presented atAnnual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, November, 2006, Houston, TXGanzel, B.L., Casey, B.J., Glover, G., Voss, H. & Temple, E. (2006) The neural and neuroendocrine correlates oftrauma and recovery in healthy adults. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, October, 2006,Atlanta, GAKobayashi, C. & Temple, E. (2006) Culture/language-specific development of neural bases of verbal and nonverbal„Theory of Mind‟. Presentation at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, October 2006, Atlanta, GA Last updated 3/2013 pg 7
  8. 8. Temple CVGanzel, B.L., Casey, B.J., Altemus, M., Voss, H., Glover, G. & Temple, E. (2006) September 11, 2001: The neuraland neuroendocrine correlates of trauma in healthy adults. Poster presented at Association for Psychological ScienceAnnual Meeting, May 2006, New York, NYGanzel, B.L., Casey, B.J. & Temple, E. (2006) Ongoing effects of terror: Evidence of plasticity in the central &peripheral stress response. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2006, SanFrancisco, CA.Gilmore, H.M. & Temple, E. (2006) Examining executive attention with a conflict task paradigm: Validation of theMulti-Source Interference Task. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2006,San Francisco, CA.Kobayashi, C. & Temple, E. (2006) Development of language- and culture-dependent theory of mind: an fMRIstudy with Japanese bilingual children. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April2006, San Francisco, CA.Linnane, K. & Temple, E. (2006) Autism and ADHD: Distinct attentional processes? Poster presented at CognitiveNeuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2006, San Francisco, CA.Kobayashi, C. & Temple, E. (2005) Verbal & non-verbal theory of mind: FMRI studies of children and adults.Presentation at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November 2005, Washington, DCGanzel, B.L. & Temple, E. (2005) Brain effects of trauma: Evidence from fMRI studies of 9/11. Poster presented atSociety for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November 2005, Washington, DCKobayashi, C. & Temple, E. (2005) Neural basis of universal theory of mind: FMRI study with Japanese bilinguals.Presentation at Harvard University Mind /Brain/ Behavior, May, 2005, Cambridge, MALinnane, K.M. & Temple, E. (2005) Relationship between social and emotional processing. Poster presented atCognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2005, New York City, NY.Ganzel, B.L., Eckenrode, J.J., Wethington, E. & Temple, E. (2005) The long-term effects of trauma exposure onadults without PTSD. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2005, New YorkCity, NY.Kobayashi, C. & Temple, E. (2005) Neural basis of children‟s verbal and nonverbal theory of mind. Posterpresented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2005, New York City, NY.Kobayashi, C. & Temple, E. (2004) Neural basis for theory of mind in English and Japanese. Poster presented atSociety for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November 2004, San Diego, CA.Temple, E. (2003) Brain morphology disruptions in dyslexic children: A volumetric based morphology study, Posterpresented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 2003, New Orleans, LA.Kobayashi, C. & Temple, E. (2003) Children‟s verbal and non-verbal theory of mind. Poster at CognitiveNeuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April, 2003, New York, NY.Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Deutsch, G.K., Tallal, P.A., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2002) Effects ofbehavioral training on neural response of dyslexic children: Evidence from fMRI. Poster at Cognitive NeuroscienceSociety Annual Meeting, April 2002, San Francisco, CA.Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Deutsch, G.K., Salidis, J., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2001)Dyslexic children show neural and behavioral effects of remediation: Evidence from fMRI. Presentation at Societyfor Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 2001, San Diego, CA.Tallal, P.A., Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Deutsch, G.K., Salidis, J., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2001)Disruption in neural processing of rapid acoustic stimuli in dyslexic children: an fMRI study of developmentaldyslexia. Poster presented at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 2001, San Diego, CA. Last updated 3/2013 pg 8
  9. 9. Temple CVTallal, P., Benasich, A., Flax, J., Temple, E., Gabrieli, J., Poldrack, R. & Merzenich, M. (2001) Behavioral,neuroimaging and family/genetic studies help clarify the role of rapid auditory processing in language and reading.Presentation at Sensory Bases of Reading and Language Disorders Meeting, May, 2001, University of Essex,Colchester, UKDeutsch, G.K., Temple, E., Linn, N., Miller, S.L., Merzenich, M.M., Tallal, P., Poldrack, R.A., Salidis, J. &Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2001) Language, reading, phonological processing and their relationship to fMRI activation inchildren with dyslexia. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April 2001, New York,NY.Deutsch, G.K., Linn, N., Temple, E., Taylor, H., Gabrieli, J., Miller, S.L. & Merzenich, M. (2001) Children withdevelopmental dyslexia exhibit improvements in reading and language skills. Poster at International ReadingAssociation Annual Conference, April 2001, New Orleans, LATemple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Salidis, J., Deutsch, G.K., Thomason, M., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli,J.D.E. (2000) Phonological processing in dyslexic children: An fMRI study. Presentation at Society forNeuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 2000, New Orleans, LA.Deutsch, G.K., Linn, N., Taylor, H.L., Miller, S.L., Temple, E., Gabrieli, J.D.E., Nagarajan, S.S. & Merzenich,M.M. (2000) Treatment for developmental dyslexia: improvements in language associated with improvements inreading decoding. Poster at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November 2000, New Orleans, LA.Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Salidis, J., Deutsch, G., Merzenich, M., Tallal, P. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (2000) Functionalmagnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of developmental dyslexia: Neural response to linguistic and nonlinguisticstimuli in dyslexic children. Poster at Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April, 2000, San Francisco,CA.Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Protopapas, A., Nagarajan, S., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (1999)Disruption of linguistic and nonlinguistic processing in developmental dyslexia. Presentation at Society forNeuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 1999, Miami, FL.Klingberg, T., Hedehus, M., Temple, E., Gabrieli, J.D.E., Moseley, M.E. & Poldrack, R.A. (1999) Reading ability iscorrelated with myelination of axons in the left temporo-parietal region of the brain. Poster at Society forNeuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 1999, Miami, FL.Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Protopapas, A., Nagarajan, S., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (1999)Functional organization for rapid processing disrupted in dyslexics: an fMRI study. Poster at CognitiveNeuroscience Society Annual Meeting, April, 1999, Washington DC.Spencer, D.C., Poldrack, R.A., Vaidya, C.J., Temple, E., Glover, G.H., Zeifert, P., Thomander, D., Morrell, M.J. &Gabrieli, J.D.E. (1998). Functional brain organization following hemispherectomy using functional MRI. Posterpresented at the American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting, December 1998, San Diego, CA.Temple, E., Poldrack, R.A., Protopapas, A., Nagarajan, S., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (1998)Auditory Processing of rapid stimuli and phonological processing of visual stimuli involve common brain areas inthe left inferior frontal cortex. Presentation at Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, November, 1998, LosAngeles, CA.Poldrack, R.A., Protopapas, A., Nagarajan, S., Tallal, P., Merzenich, M.M., Temple, E. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. (1998)Auditory processing of compressed speech: an fMRI study. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience SocietyAnnual Meeting, April 1998, San Francisco, CA.Temple, E. & Posner, M.I. (1997) The development of brain areas associated with number comparison: Event-related potentials in adults and children. Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Annual Meeting, April, 1997,Boston, MA. Last updated 3/2013 pg 9
  10. 10. Temple CVUNIVERSITY AND DEPARTMENTAL LEADERSHIP & SERVICEDartmouth College Member, President‟s Higher Education Study Group, 2009 – 2011 Co-Coordinator, Education Department School Partnership Program, 2007-2011 Steering Committee, Dartmouth Brain Imaging Center, 2007-2011 Member, First Year Seminar Outcomes Assessment Committee, 2009-2010 Steering Committee, Institute of Writing & Rhetoric, 2008-2010 Steering Committee, Neuroscience major, 2008-2010 Co-Coordinator, Education Department Mind, Brain, & Education Speaker Series, 2008-2010 Co-Organizer, Education Department New Faculty Summer Orientation Workshop Series, 2009 Member, Education Department Teacher Education Program State Re-Accreditation Review, 2008-2009 Search Committee, Teacher Education / Tenure Track Faculty, 2008-2009 Search Committee, Department of Education, 2007-2008Cornell University Executive Committee, Human Development, 2005 - 2007 Graduate Review Committee, Human Development, 2006 Graduate Studies Committee, Human Development, 2003 - 2007 Undergraduate Education Committee, Human Development, 2001-2007 Faculty Fellow, Cornell Service-Learning Faculty Fellows Seminar, 2004 - 2007 Health Careers and Evaluation Committee, 2002 - 2007 Search Committee, Social Neuroscience Search, 2004 -2006 Imaging Advisory Committee to Life Sciences Initiative, 2002 - 2007 Faculty Adviser, Mature Students Association, 2003-2007 Faculty Fellow, Transfer Center and Sperry Hall, 2003-2007 Taught Freshman Discussion group for Human Development students 2002-2005. Occasional Lectures with Alumni Affairs and Life Sciences Initiative to raise awareness about research, education, and outreach in College of Human Ecology at Cornell University.PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIESFellow, National Forum on the Future of Liberal Education, 2009 – 2011Member Virtual Center for Language Acquisition, 2001 – 2011Member Functional Neuroimaging Scientific Advisory Board, Haan Foundation for Children, 2002 -2011Review Panels Autism Speaks review panel, Fall 2007; National Science Foundation, Cognitive Neuroscience Panel, ad- hoc member, 2004-2005; Institute of Education Sciences, Summer 2004; National Science Foundation, Science of Learning Centers program site visits, 2004; National Science Foundation, Science of Learning Centers Program, Fall 2003; National Science Foundation, Cognitive Neuroscience Panel, 2002-2003; National Science Foundation, IGERT Panel, 2002 Ad-hoc Grant Review; Institute of Education Sciences; Israel Science Foundation; National Institutes of Health, STEM Education Challenge Grants; National Science Foundation, Cognitive Neuroscience; National Science Foundation, Developmental and Learning Sciences; National Science Foundation, REESE; National Science Foundation, Science of Learning ; UK Medical Research Council, Neurosciences and Mental Health DivisionAd-hoc Journal Reviewer Behavioral Neuroscience; Brain (multiple); Brain and Language (multiple); Cerebral Cortex (multiple); Child Neuropsychology (multiple); Contemporary Education Psychology; Cortex; Developmental Neuroscience (multiple); Developmental Science (multiple); European Journal of Neuroscience; Frontiers in Human Neuroscience; Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology; Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (multiple); Journal of Experimental Child Psychology; Journal of Neuroscience (multiple); Neurocase (multiple); Neuroimage (multiple); Neuropscyhologia (multiple); Neuroscience (multiple); Perception and Psychophysics; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (multiple); Psychological Science (multiple); Science; Scientific Studies of Reading (multiple); Trends in Cognitive Sciences (multiple); Vision Research Last updated 3/2013 pg 10
  11. 11. Temple CVAd-hoc textbook reviewer: Blackwell Publishing; Fitzgerald Science Press, Inc.; Garland Publishing; Palgrave Macmillan Press; Wadsworth Publishing; Worth PublisherStudent Representative Neurosciences Program, 98-00Student Member Admission Committee, Neurosciences Program, 1999Student Member of Stanford Neurobiology "Neurosciences in the Schools Program", 1997-2001.PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPSAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science; American Association of University Women; CognitiveNeuroscience Society; International Mind Brain and Education Society; New York Academy of Sciences; Societyfor Neuroscience; Society for Research in Child Development; Women in NeuroscienceCOMMUNITY OUTREACH Organizer and developer of Brain Science in the Schools Internship program, that brings undergraduates into middle schools during Brain Awareness Week. Occasional lectures to educational and community groups about mathematics and the brain, the brain basis of dyslexia, brain plasticity, and educational neuroscienceSELECTED MEDIA INTERVIEWSNature News, 2008; SF Guardian, 2007; Cornell Chronicle, 2007; Human Ecology, 2006; Business Week, 2004;Howard Hughes Medical Institute Bulletin, Summer 2003; CNN Medical News, February 2003; Health Scout,February 2003; Reuters, February 2003; Stanford News, February 2003TEACHINGDartmouth College ED 01: The Learning Brain: Introduction to Child Development and Education, 2008 – 2010 ED 07: First Year Seminar – Education & the Brain, 2009 – 2011 ED 52: The Mathematical Brain, 2008 – 2011 PSYCH 112: PBS Graduate Proseminar Cognitive Section co-instructor, 2008 – 2010Cornell University Department of Human Development HD 120: Exploring Human Development: 2002-2004 HD 220: The Human Brain and Mind: Biological Issues in Human Development, 2002-2007 HD 320: Human Neuropsychology, 2005-2007 (“Writing in the Majors” Course) HD 433: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2002-2006 ( “Writing in the Majors” Course) HD 632: Cognitive Neuroscience Graduate Seminar: 2002-2007Stanford University Instructor, Neuroanatomy Refresher Course for 1st Year Neurology Residents, Winter 2001 Instructor, Head Teaching Assistant, Neuroanatomy Laboratory, 1999-2001 Lecturer, Stanford Medical Youth Science Program, Intro to the Nervous System, Summer, 2000 TA, Developmental Neurobiology, Spring 2001, Instructor: Sue McConnell, Ph.D. TA, Human Neuropsychology, Spring 2001, Instructor: John Gabrieli, Ph.D. TA, Cellular Neuroscience, Autumns, 1998-2000 (head: 99-00), Instructor: Jeff Wine, Ph.D., TA, Neuroanatomy Laboratory, Winter, 1998-1999, Director: Ben Barres, MD., Ph.D. TA, Human Behavioral Biology, Spring, 1997-1998, Instructor: Robert Sapolsky, Ph.D. Last updated 3/2013 pg 11

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