The Department of Psychology has research space to support faculty and graduate student research in a wide variety of areas. These facilities include individual labs as well as a centralized computer lab solely for data collection, a room for survey research, and state-of-the-art observation rooms.
The Department also has facilities to cater to the needs of academic instruction and the day-to-day administrative activities required to ensure the smooth operation of an academic department with a large number of majors.
A list of labs and equipment is included below.
The Classroom Computer Lab, located in ELA 224, is a large classroom for teaching statistical analysis and research methods using actual software used in psychological research. The lab contains 40 Windows-based workstations with Microsoft Office, SPSS Statistical Software, and a classroom projection system. This lab is only open to scheduled classes.
The Research Computer Lab, located in UAC 008, is a special purpose research lab for data collection. This lab contains 13 Windows-based workstations with Microsoft Office, SPSS Statistical Software, and specialized research software. This room is access-controlled by key card.
The Data Entry Lab, located in the UAC 225, has seven Windows-based computers available for graduate students and other research assistants to enter and manage data collected from experiments. These machines are equipped with Microsoft Office, SPSS Statistical software, and specialized research software. This room is access controlled by key card.
Finally, 12 Windows-based workstations are located in the graduate assistant room, UAC 258. These machines are solely for use by Psychology graduate students and the room is access-controlled by key card.