Dr. Tadlock developed Read Right after three years of post-doctoral research to answer the questions, "How does the brain learn a process?" and "What is the brain doing when it reads excellently?" Her goal was to figure out a better way to teach reading in order to help her son who was a struggling reader. All the things she had been taught to do with struggling readers in the course work for her PhD in education with a major in reading were ineffective with him. No one knows more about the theoretical constructs supporting this unique, highly-successful intervention model than she does.