On Nov. 2 PBS opened up several labs to the public, giving visitors a chance to explore some of the exciting technology and methods used by our researchers!
Visitors enjoy the Learning Lab's block task, a neat brain teaser used in child studies.
Graduate student Helena Jacob (pictured right) instructs participants as they apply conductive gel to points where EEG electrodes meet the scalp.
Patrick Sadil (pictured left) demos active shutter 3D glasses, and how the cMAP lab uses this technology to study visual perception and memory in the brain.
Members of the Affect and Social Cognition Lab directed by Linda Isbell.
The UMass Eyetracking Lab demos their eyetracker.
The Rudd Adoption Research Program presents recent research projects.
Faculty member Adam Grabell explains how the SEED Lab uses fNIRS technology along with custom-designed video games to study emotion regulation in children.
The SEED Lab's interactive video game.
The SEED Lab waiting room.
A glimpse of one of the stages used in the Infant Cognition Lab.
Thank you to everyone that came to our Open House, we had a great time meeting new people and showcasing some excellent PBS labs!