This lab is where we conduct our behavior and attitudes research. Depending on the study, this lab space can handle up to 18 participants at a time. This lab space is equipped with numerous individual work areas and two group work areas.
This lab is where we conduct much of our social cognition research. Depending on the study, this lab space can handle up to 12 participants at a time. This lab space houses numerous individual work areas equipped with computerized tools for investigating social cognitive processes.
This lab space is where we conduct our eye-tracking research. Gaze-tracking technology can help us learn more about some of the psychophysiological mechanisms involved in the various social-cognitive processes that we study.
Dr. Vail’s office (257 Union Bldg.) is currently located on the second floor of Union Building. Dr. Vail is often available here to provide general academic guidance to students, especially lab graduate students, honors students, and research assistants.