Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory
The Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory (CPL) is a research laboratory designed for the study of memory, attention and affect.
The laboratory is used to train, undergraduates, graduates, postdoctoral researchers and scholars visiting the School, in the measurement and analysis of cognitive processes (and the phycological bases of these) using combinations of behavioural, autonomic and eye-tracking methods.
In the Cognitive Psychophysiology Lab (CPL) we use convergent behavioural, psychophysiological and neurostimulation techniques to investigate the cognitive processes associated with memory, attention and affect.
- MP160 Biopac system with ECG, EMG and EDA modules and their associated electrodes.
- Tobii TX300 Eyetracker with setup that permits simultaneous recording of eye-movement and physiological data obtained from the Biopac.
- Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS); Neurocon DC stimulator.
- Our lab comprises a high-end computer for data analyses. The computer is equipped with Matlab software and the associated toolboxes for analysing eye-tracking and psychophysiological data. It also has AcqKnowledge software installed for the recording of physiological data, and R for statistical analyses.
Open during normal working hours and dependant on usage.
The Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory can be found in DB135 of the Darwin BuildingGeneral Enquiry