Few Words About Us

 Our research involves projects that examine visual attention, arousal, mental workload, and attentional bias. The goal of our research is to understand how vision and cognition control and modulate behavior. This research is based on the use of eye movement recordings, biometrics, psychophysiological recordings including EMG, EEG, and ECG as well as other measures to examine cognitive function in inofrmation-rich environments.

What We Do

 Our lab is designed to measure human behavior in dynamic situations through virtual simulations, video games, or in more static, self-paced laboratory tasks. 


Child's Game Study

We ask that participants please arrive to their appointment on time in respect to other participants. We cannot begin testing until all participants have arrived. Participants who arrive late run the risk of forfeiting that time slot and must reschedule. We appreciate your cooperation. DIRECTIONS: Coming from Charles Blvd, turn onto Dowdy-Ficklen Drive and proceed to your third right. You may park in the parking lot and proceed up the steps to the building. Upon entering you may take a seat in the lobby and a research assistant will meet you to bring you to the lab.