Research facilities

Research facilities

The Department of Cognitive Science operates several principal facilities for conducting its research. Further information for each facility available to researchers can be found by clicking the corresponding image below.

  • Cognition in Action Facility

    The Cognition in Action Facility employs natural human movements (such as reaching & grasping) as measures in tasks investigating cognitive proce...

  • Credit: PhotoWrite

    Event Related Potentials (ERP) Facility

    The ERP Faciltiy, measures two types of brain responses: event-related potentials (ERPs) and fixation-related potentials (FRPs)....

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    Eye-Tracking Facility

    The Eye-Tracking Facility uses monitoring of people’s eye-movements to gain important insights into the underlying cognitive processes involved i...

  • Credit: Daniel Woo, courtesy of HEARing CRC

    KIT-Macquarie MEG Laboratory

    MEG is a unique Facility that allows passive studies of how the brain is able to produces the contents & processes of the mind....

  • Language Acquisition

    Language Acquisition Facility

    The Language Acquisition Facility provides a welcoming environment for studies with children aged 18 months and upwards, with up-to-date technica...

  • Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation (NIBS) Facility

    The NIBS Facility uses noninvasive brain stimulation to gain novel insights into the workings of the brain....

  • Portable Emotiv Laboratory

    More information coming soon....

  • Credit: Marcus Ockenden

    Behavioural Cognition Facility

    Behavioural Cognition Facilities are used to run paradigms such as Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP), Masked Priming, Repetiton Blindness a...

  • Body Perception Laboratory

    In the body perception lab we have facilities and equipment to study the multisensory mechanisms of self-perception. This includes equipment to m...

  • Cognition Clinic

    Macquarie University Reading Clinic

    The Clinic provides research-based assessments and intervention for people with reading and spelling difficulties, and professional development f...

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