Our behavioral lab space has two listening booths and a workstation for the researcher to monitor participants' progress through experiments. Several lab computers are accessible via the workstation for additional use in data processing/analysis.
Research Assistant Kelsey Wheeler setting up a participant for an experiment.
Our EEG lab space has a room for set-up (with sink for clean-up) and a separate room with a large listening booth and workstation for the researcher to collect data and monitor the participant by webcam.
We typically use a 64-channel BioSemi system with EEGLAB software for data collection.
Two additional lab computers in the set-up room are accessible for data processing and analysis.