The Division of Neuroscience and Experimental Psychology EEG Lab in Zochonis Building was inaugurated in 2016. It is a purpose-built shared facility consisting of 3 electrically shielded and sound-attenuated booths equipped with 64-channel BioSemi ActiveTwo EEG systems and dedicated stimulation and acquisition computers.

The lab also houses a prep room with salon-style sinks for washing hair to remove electrode gel, as well as a reception area and four behavioural testing cubicles with dedicated computers. The lab supports the research of more than a dozen PIs, their PhD students, and their project students at both PGT (MSc Neuroimaging for Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience; MRes Psychology) and UG (BSc Hons Psychology; BSc Hons Cognitive Neuroscience; BSc Neuroscience; MSci Biomedical Sciences) levels.


Interested in EEG?

Please contact Dr. Jason Taylor for more information.