What We Do
The Psychology Labs are used by the School of Psychology for research projects in areas such as forensic psychology, perception and cognition, development and social behaviour, and autism.
Students have access to equipment such as a dynamic 3D body scanner, eye-trackers, two EEG systems, a driving simulator, and a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation system. The School also has a range of specialist labs; a Baby Lab, Sleep Lab, Molecular Lab, Motion Lab, and Phlebotomy and Physiology Lab, alongside dedicated testing booths for running computer or internet-based tasks. The labs and equipment are available to use as part of undergraduate and postgraduate research projects.
The labs are located in the purpose-built Sarah Swift building and are available as learning environments for students on the Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Developmental Psychology and Research Methods courses.
Watch the video below for a guided tour of our facilities.