Department of Cognitive Science
Behavioural Cognition Facilities
The department operates a number of behavioural cognition facilities that are commonly used to run paradigms such as Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP), Masked Priming, Repetiton Blindness and Attentional Blink. In addition to our laboratories there are also three laptop computers that can be borrowed for research purposes in the field.
Researchers are able to run multiple subjects from the same study on different computers without worrying about any differences between machines potentially confounding their results.
The computers in these labs have identical hardware configurations and also have an identical operating system and software configuration that cannot be altered (deliberately or accidentally). The operating system and software setup is archived and is able to be restored at any time, quickly and without the need to manually backup researchers scripts, stimuli and resulting data files.
- Wednesday 30th Sep,
Professors Stephen Crain and Lyndsey Nickels, Associate Professor Rosalind Thornton and Dr Loes Koring,
"Open discussion on Ewa Dabrowska paper "What exactly is Universal ..."
- Thursday 22nd Oct,
"General introduction to the MEG lab equipment and software"
- Professor Naomi (Wenkai) Chen
- Chloe Garret
- Peta Larkin
- Robert Keys
- Zoe Powell
- Dr Martin Hebart
- Sietske van Viersen
- Professor Kathleen Rastle [Previous Visitors]