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ASA 2014 Fall Special Session on Central Auditory Processing Dysfunction

Dear list

We cordially invite you to participate in a one-day session on the physiological and psychological aspects of central auditory processing dysfunction, to be held at the ASA Fall meeting on October 30, 2014 (Indianapolis Marriott Downtown Hotel). We look forward to a lively roundtable discussion with these speakers and we hope that you will be able to come. Please also help us in advertising this special session to your colleagues. 

Special Session: Physiological and Psychological Aspects of Central Auditory Processing Dysfunction.

October 30, 2014 (Thursday): 8:30am to 5pm. Indianapolis Marriott Downtown Hotel, Indiana, USA.



David Moore

Auditory processing disorder: clinical and international perspective

Tony Cacace

Lack of a coherent theory limits the diagnosis and prognostic value of the central auditory processing disorder (CAPD)

Larry Humes

Caught in the middle: the central problem in diagnosing auditory-processing disorders in adults

Sharon Kujawa

Cochlear synaptopathy and neurodegeneration in noise and aging: peripheral contributions to auditory dysfunction with normal thresholds

Barbara Shinn-Cunningham

Quantifying suprathreshold sensory deficits in listeners with normal hearing thresholds

Joe Walton

Neural correlates of central auditory processing deficits in the auditory midbrain in an animal model of age-related hearing loss

David Eddins

Aging as a window into central auditory dysfunction: combining behavioral and electrophysiological approaches

Ann Eddins

Age-related declines in hemispheric asymmetry as revealed in the binaural interaction component

Melissa Papesh

Effects of blast exposure on central auditory processing

Kathy Pichora-Fuller

Auditory processing demands and working memory span

Bev Wright

Auditory perceptual learning as a gateway to rehabilitation

For more details about the ASA Fall 2014 Meeting, please visit this website:

Erick Gallun, National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research
Adrian KC Lee, University of Washington
Special session co-chairs

Adrian KC Lee, ScD
Assistant Professor, Speech and Hearing Sciences
Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS)
Portage Bay Bldg. Room 206
University of Washington, Box 357988
Seattle, WA 98195-7988

Phone: (206) 616-0102; Fax: (206) 221-6472