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The Psychology Department's experimental work is supported by a range of research facilities. Principal Investigators and their groups are supported by state-of-the-art facilities including our own MRI scanner, which allows us to measure brain activity during various tasks. We also have a range of other facilities, including: closed circuit TV and video systems for discreet observation of behaviour; technology for tracking eye movements; systems for tracking body movements in very young children and adults; and the ability to create virtual reality environments.

  • Siemens Trio Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner (3 Tesla). The Psychology Department at Royal Holloway was the first psychology department in the UK to host an on-site MRI scanner. For more information, see the CUBIC website.
  • Range of MRI-compatible equipment (responce boxes, microphone, eye tracker)
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (Magstim Rapid 2)
  • Electroencephalography equipment

 

  • IR Eye Tracker (Eyelink 2 & 3)
  • Video Eye Tracker (CRS Ltd.)
  • Psychophysics Graphics Systems (VSG I, II, Visage)
  • Tobii Eye Tracker
  • SR 1000 Remote Eye & Head Tracker
  • 6 Camera Vicon 3D motion tracking system
  • Large FoV immersive, fixed platformm, city centre driving simulator
  • Portable platforms for measuring seated/standing CoP
  • Virtual Environment generation software
  • Psycholinguistics computer laboratroy
  • Sound proof chamber
  • Speech recording equipment
  • Electropalatography studio

The Royal Holloway Baby Lab is a research facility in the Department of Psychology. We study the development of cognitive abilities during infancy, including memory and thinking. We invite you and your baby to help us explore this exciting period of development. For more information, click here.

 

 
 
 
 

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