Benjamin Zendel, Ph.D.

Benjamin Zendel is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University of Newfoundland. His main research interests include auditory perception, age-related changes in auditory perception, neural plasticity and how music training can improve basic auditory processes, especially in older adults. To investigate these questions, he uses multiple psychoacoustic and neuro-imaging techniques (including EEG, MEG and fMRI) to investigate neuroplastic changes in the brains of lifelong musicians, and others who have undergone auditory training.

icon Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medicine

icon University: Memorial University of Newfoundland

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