Research Facilites

Faculty now benefit from over 14,600 square feet of dedicated research space in the new home of the CSU Department of Psychology: the Union Building on Euclid Avenue. Close proximity between laboratories, faculty, and student offices promotes collaboration in research. Faculty employ a wide range of research methods and technologies, allowing students to develop an optimal approach for their particular research questions.

  • Several faculty employ eye-tracking technology to examine information processing in real-time
  • Event-related EEG potentials provide a direct measurement of synaptic activity during experiments
  • Galvanic skin response can be used to examine autonomic arousal, relevant for affective processing
  • Neuroimaging workstations facilitate functional MRI analysis
  • Testing chamber with response boxes for behavioral and psycholinguistic experiments