Research Facilities

Numerous research facilities are available to faculty and students including: laboratories in human memory and cognition, social and cognitive development, endocrinology, visual psychophysics, auditory behavior, electrophysiology, and visual neurophysiology; a micro-computer room; and observational facilities for social and developmental psychological research. Animal spaces and facilities are also conveniently housed in Young Hall. [photo of one of these facilities]

Rich Source of Research and Instructional Opportunities

The campus-wide community also offers a rich source of research and instructional opportunities for our students.

Examples include:

Interdisciplinary Research

Excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary research are also available in conjunction with campus professional schools of Medicine, Law and Veterinary Medicine.