Facilities

All laboratories and offices in the Psychology Department are Ethernet-linked to University computers, with access to online library collections and the World Wide Web. The three buildings housing the Psychology Department:

Each contain faculty and graduate student offices as well as cutting-edge cognitive and behavioral neuroscience laboratories, observation rooms, animal vivaria, and a research and training psychological clinic.

The Psychology Department also maintains an extensive collection of computer equipment in the in-house Computer Room. The equipment includes PC and Macintosh computers with extensive graphics, image editing, statistical analysis and word processing software. The Computer Room also houses laser printers, image scanners and facilities for editing videotapes and making slides.

The Psychology Department is in close physical proximity to the Science Library (part of the University Library system), which houses more than 200,000 volumes and is equipped with a large number of online literature databases accessible via the Internet.

Last Updated: 6/27/14