Auditory Perception Lab
The Auditory Perception Lab at Ariel University’s Department of Communication Disorders is a center for the study of auditory processing among various populations.
Research is currently being done on response patterns of sequence perception and associations between temporal processing, language and sound localization.
Studies are being conducted among different populations on topics including dyslexia, aging, sleep deprivation and ADHD.
The lab, founded by Prof. Leah Fostick in 2008, works in collaboration with the department’s speech and audiology clinic.