Hailey Taylor

Hailey Taylor
  • Graduate Student

Contact Info


Advisor: Dr. Richard Yi

Research Lab: Cofrin Logan Center for Addiction Research and Treatment

Research Interests: I am interested in studying delay discounting and addiction. In addition, I am interested in examining mental health in relation to public policy and violence against women, specifically domestic violence and sexual assault.


B.A. in Psychology and Criminology, West Virginia University, 2017
M.P.S. Clinical Psychology, University of Maryland, 2018
M.A. in Psychology, University of Kansas, 2021

Selected Publications

Collado, A., Felton, J. W., Taylor, H., Eure, A., Doran, K., & Yi, R. (2019). Conscientiousness explains the link between childhood neglect and cigarette smoking in adults from a low-income, urban area - the differential effects of sex. Child abuse and neglect.

Doran, K., Collado, A., Taylor, H., Felton, J.W., Tormohlen, K., & Yi, R. (in press). Methods to optimize recruitment, participation, and retention among vulnerable individuals participating in a longitudinal clinical trial. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice.

Collado, A., Felton, J. W., Taylor, H., Doran, K., & Yi, R. (2020). The indirect effects of trait anxiety on drug use via emotion dysregulation in a low-income sample. Substance Use & Misuse55(8), 1320-1326.

Selected Presentations

Taylor, H., Pritschmann, R., Yurasek, A.M., & Yi, R. (2020, April). Associations between drug use/consequences and cross-commodity delay discounting among young adult users of alcohol or cannabis. Virtual poster presentation at the Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction (CPA) 2020 Conference Program. doi: 10.17605/OSF.IO/XGY9K 

Taylor, H., Collado, A., Felton, J., & Yi, R. (2019, October). Associations between environmental reward and cigarette use among low-income smokers: Outcomes in a behavioral activation trial. Poster presentation at the Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis (MABA) Conference 2019, Omaha, NE
Taylor, H., Eure, A., Alford, C., Collado, A., Felton, J., & Yi, R. (2018, November). The associations between parental mental illness, emotion dysregulation, and problematic substance use in a low-income sample. Poster presentation at the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies 34th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC