Cortical Modeling of Auditory Processing Disorders – Dana Boatman (Departments of Neurology and Otolaryngology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine)

December 3, 2002 all-day

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Auditory processing disorders (APD) affect a listener’s ability to discriminate, recognize, and understand speech under adverse listening conditions, despite otherwise normal hearing abilities. The neurobiological bases of developmental APD are poorly understood. We will discuss three lines of clinical research that provide converging evidence for abnormal intra- and inter-hemispheric organization of auditory functions in individuals diagnosed with APD.

Center for Language and Speech Processing