Cross Section of the Brain  

Psycholinguistics Laboratory

Department of Linguistics

The Psycholinguistics/Neurolinguistics Lab is equipped for research and teaching in a variety of experimental and corpus-based techniques. Specialized experimental hardware includes:

In addition, numerous computers allow access to such resources as:

The lab also has space for conducting interviews and naturalistic experiments, toys for use with children, and facilities to allow easy transcription of audio tapes of linguistic interactions with subjects, including a TEAC graphic equalizer for enhancing and filtering recorded speech. The lab is also participating in interdisciplinary projects with the departments of Psychology, Neurology, the Neuropsychiatric Institute, the Brain Research Institute, Radiology, and the Brain Mapping Institute, and as such has access to PET, MRI, and fFMRI laboratories and their equipment for carrying out research.

The Psycholinguistics Laboratory is located in 2210 Campbell Hall.  It is administered by a faculty committee; for current membership, click here.

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Last updated:  February 13, 2006