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Auditory Perception Lab

Auditory perception lab provides a framework for studying auditory processing in various population.

Current research is done on the response patterns of sequence perception, the associations between temporal processing, language, and sound localization.

Studies involve different populations including dyslexia, aging, sleep deprivation and ADHD. The auditory processing lab is in Ariel university, Department of Communication Disorders, and is attached to the department’s speech and audiology clinic.

The lab was founded by Prof. Leah Fostick on 2008.