Skip to Main Content Skip to Main Navigation

Give to Lehman

Lehman College

auditory-perception-lab

Auditory Perception Laboratory

Dr. Christine Rota-Donahue is the director of the Auditory Perception Laboratory at Lehman College, where she studies children’s ability to detect small changes in sounds. Current work in the lab involve collecting and analyzing data on frequency discrimination in children with Auditory Processing Disorder or Specific Language Impairment. This study was supported by a grant from the American Hearing Research Foundation. This grant was for two years: 2015-2017.

Undergraduate and Graduate Students are involved in the work of this lab. Research assistants include the following:

Fall 2018
Luke McDonald, Graduate Student and Lab Manager
Michelle Gonzalez, Undergraduate Student
Lauren Marietti, Graduate Student

AY Spring 2017-2018
Isamar Martinez, Graduate Student and Lab Manager
Luke McDonald, Graduate Student and Lab Manager
Michelle Gonzalez, Undergraduate Student
Ana Nunez, Undergraduate Student and Research Assistant
Siomerquis Astacio, Undergraduate Student and Research Assistant

Spring 2016
Kristen Spang, Graduate Student and Lab Manager
Grace Kim-Lambert , PhD Candidate
Isamar Martinez, Graduate Student
Ana Nunez, Undergraduate Student

Fall 2015
Kristen Spang
, Gradspanuate Student and Lab Manager
Pamela McCarthy, Graduate Student
Isamar Martinez, Undergraduate Student
Ana Nunez, Undergraduate Student
Sarah Reyes, Undergraduate Student

Spring 2015
Keena Seward, AuD, Graduate Student
Timothy Carlson, Graduate Student
Tess Meyer, Graduate Student
Nadia Prince, Undergraduate Student

For further information, please contact Christine Rota-Donahue, Auditory Perception Laboratory, Speech and Theatre Building, Room 229C │ 718-960-7370