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Figure 1 shows an overall process to use the Behavioural Labs.

Overall Process To Use The Labs

Step 1. Fulfil Prerequisites

Any researcher who would run lab sessions must fulfill the following prerequisites:

  1. Ensure that ethics approval has been obtained. The ethics protocol number will be required upon making a booking request.
  2. Complete an online general orientation session by carefully reading the General Orientation Presentation and workplace health and safey presentation (i.e., WHS Presentation).
  3. Ensure that all software and hardware needed for the study are available. (See available hardware and software).
  4. Book a time to test the software and hardware needed for the study. Testing of software and hardware can be done from 9:15-9:45 am, Monday – Friday. 
  5. Obtain training if the study involves advanced equipment in the Advanced-Equipment Lab such as the eye tracker, ECG, GSR or FaceReader.

Step 2. Choose a Lab

  1. Decide on which lab you would like to use (See details of Multi-Purpose Lab and Advanced-Equipment Lab).

Step 3. Request a Booking

  1. Before making a booking request, please find an available time slot using the Multi-purpose Lab availablility calendar or the Advanced-Equipment Lab availability calendar.
  2. Make a booking request by completing and submitting a booking request form.
  3. You will receive a confirmation email once a booking has been made on your behalf.
  4. If your booking request exceeds your allotted quota, the Lab Manager may offer you available alternatives.

Step 4. Run Lab Sessions

  1. Please arrive on time.
  2. Please note that the booking time includes an extra 30 minutes (15 minutes before the start of your session and 15 minutes before the end of your session) to allow you to get ready for the experiment and remove any material after the experiment that you and/or the participants might have brought into the lab. If you need more than 30 minutes to prepare, please inform the Lab Manager of this at the time of making a booking request.
  3. Please go through workplace health and saftey presentation with the participants at the start of the session. The presentation is available on every laptop's desktop. 

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