The College has three behavioural laboratories, which are used by students and faculty who are conducting experimental psychology, human-computer interaction, or human neuroscience research. Each laboratory contains numerous computers that are equipped to run a variety of experiments. Additional research materials include a head-mounted eye-tracker, noise-cancelling headphones, vibrotactile rings, and audiovisual recording equipment. More information about such resources can be found here.
Cendana Behavioural Laboratory
Library East Core Behavioural Laboratory
Who Can Book the Labs and How?
The Labs can be booked by all Yale-NUS College students and faculty. They can be booked anytime between 9am to 5pm (revised hours for AY20/21, Semester 1) throughout the week. The bookings can be made via Skedda using this link. Please refer to our Lab Use Guidelines before making a booking. For a step-by-step guide on how to make a booking, please refer here.
To request for approval of external participants, please fill up this form and submit it to Ms. Ng Li Fang at (lifang,email@example.com) while cc’ing Psychology’s student lab manager, Yoon Thiri at (firstname.lastname@example.org) at least 3 days prior to the time of use. With the zoning restrictions lifted, advanced approval for NUS participants are no longer required. However, they will still be required to follow the check in and out process as listed in the Labs.
For more information regarding participation in studies or designing your own study, please refer to the Participant Page.
For additional help regarding booking of the lab please email our Student Associate & Lab Manager, Yoon Thiri (email@example.com) or book a Zoom meeting with her (https://tinyurl.com/labdeskhours) during the following times:
Note: For Lab Bookings, priority will be given to faculty research projects and senior capstone research — thus your timeslot may be adjusted if it clashes with one of these bookings.