The Language and Brain Laboratory is equipped with state-of-the art facilities to carry out research in the mechanisms of human language processing.
An EEG machine measures listeners’ on-going Electroencephalograms (EEG) (i.e., brain responses) during sentence comprehension.
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EyeLink 1000 records readers’ eye movements every millisecond while reading a text displayed on a computer monitor.
In a large acoustic chamber researchers record and manipulate auditory stimuli and conduct experiments on speech production and comprehension.
An EEG system and an eye-tracker are positioned in a sound attenuated room in order to suppress noise from outside during an experimental session.
The laboratory has computing facilities (PC) and software to process and analyze data.