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.
If you are interested in being a participant in a Yale-NUS study, you can sign up for one on Sona, our research participation system. Please see the Participants page for more information about scheduling in the laboratories.
Cendana Behavioural Laboratory
Elm Behavioural Laboratory
East Core Behavioural Laboratory