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COMMUNICATION SCIENCES AND DISORDERS
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Raymond Hull
Professor of Audiology/Neurosciences
College of Health Professions
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Ahlberg Hall, Room 421
Wichita State University
Wichita, KS
67260-0075
Phone: 316-978-3271
Fax: 316-978-3291
ray.hull
@wichita.edu

Raymond H. Hull, PhD

Professor of Audiology/Neurosciences
College of Health Professions
Communication Sciences and Disorders

Educational Background

University of Denver, PhD
Neurology/Audiology, 1978

University of South Dakota, MA
Communication Disorders, 1974

McPherson College, BA
Forensics/Drama/Public Speaking, 1972

Major areas of research or creative activity

Central auditory processing in children and adults; Central auditory processing in aging adults; Speed of speech understanding in young children; Influence of cardiovascular health on auditory function in adults; The influences of interpersonal communication in professional life.

Major areas of teaching

Disorders of the auditory system; Anatomy of the auditory and vestibular systems; Psychoacoustics; Auditory assessment; Communication disorders in aging; Professional issues in audiology; The art of communication in professional practice.

Major areas of service

Giving presentations to local, state and national organizations, hospitals, health care systems on hearing loss in older adulthood and its impact on communication entitled, "I Can Hear You, But I Can't Understand A Word You Are Saying!" Giving presentations to state and national conferences and conventions on "The Art of Communication in Your Professional Life". Administering hearing screenings for health fairs locally and across the state.