Ph.D. Department of Communications Disorders, Tel Aviv University; B.Sc. and M.Sc. Department of Communications Disorders, Tel Aviv University.
Speech therapist; Deputy Director of the Speech and Hearing Center, Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer
Expert in the connection between hearing problems and speech and learning disabilities. Leading researcher in the field of hearing and language processing among people with hearing, reading and learning disabilities.
Courses taught by Dr. Hanna Putter-Katz:
- Basic Audiology
- Introduction to Heath Sciences
Papers in Peer Reviewed Journals
Original Research Papers:
- Putter, H. and Rom, A. (1983). “Morpho-Lexical Analysis of the Language of Specific Language Impaired Children.” Journal of the Israeli Speech, Hearing and Language Association (DASH), 11.
- Putter, H. and Muchnik, C. (1991). “40Hz Middle Latency Responses in Normal Hearing Subjects.” Journal of the Israeli Speech, Hearing and Language Association (DASH), 14.
- Muchnik, C., Katz-Putter, H., Rubinstein, M. and Hildesheimer, M. (1993). “Normative Data for 40Hz Event-Related Potentials to 500Hz Tonal Stimuli in Young and Elderly Subjects.” Audiology 32, pp. 27-35.
- 4. Muchnik, C., Hertzberg O., Makai, E., Shabtai, E., Yedwab, D., Ezrati, R., Kishon-Rabin, L., Putter, H. and Hildesheimer, M. (2001). “A Three-Year Community Project for the Prevention of Voice Disorders of Teachers.” To See The Voices 1, pp. 66-72.
- Lapidot, M., Kaplan, D., Eyal, S., Rabinowich, S. and Putter-Katz, H. (2001) “Screening of Children at Risk of Learning-Reading Disorders.” Perspective-The Journal of the Orton Dyslexia Society, Israel 21, pp. 5-11.