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Behavioural Labs

The Behavioural Labs (the BLabs) provide CBE academics and research students with state-of-the-art equipment infrastructure to advance their experimental and behavioural research agendas. The BLabs comprise two separate facilities, namely the Multi-Purpose Lab and the Advanced-Equipment Lab, both of which are detailed below. 

To make a booking for either Lab, please first check the Multi-Purpose Lab  and Advance-Equipment Lab calendars for availabilities. You may also wish to make a booking to test the software and/or hardware.

Multi-Purpose Lab

Multi-Purpose Lab

The Multi-Purpose Lab suppors computer-mediated experiments enabling interaction between multiple participants in an online environmen. The Lab hosts 18 workstations for participants, which are partitioned by removable screens, and one workstation for the researcher. Workstations are networked in a client-server model, with internet access controlled by the server (researchers) computer. The Lab is also fitted with audiovisual equipment.

The Multi-Purpose Lab, which is reconfigurable, can be used for computer-mediated experiments, focus groups and for teaching purposes. 

Advanced-Equipment Lab

Advanced-Equipment Lab

The Advanced-Equipment Lab supports studies measuring physiological responses such as skin conductance, eye movement tracking, heart rate and facial expressions, among others. The Lab hosts one sound proof booth and two workstations. The sound proof booth is completely climatized, with both the temperature and lighting able to be controlled by the researcher, and has state-of-the-art equipment such as an eye tracker. It is also fitted with an advanced stimulation tracking device (e.g., StimTracker) that helps synchronize eye tracker and ECG/GSR data.

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