The Technical Support Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences manages the labs in building REC-L
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Behavioral research with virtual reality.
Research with transcranial magnetic stimulation:
For the measurement of physiological properties, such as: facial expressions, startle response, hart-rate en hart rate variability.
Here brain activity is measured.
The Geographical Information Systems Lab is available to the staff and students of Geography, Planning & International Development.
The lab has a 3 Tesla MRI scanner (Philips Achieva DS, 32 channel head coil) and offers state-of-the-art scan sequences for anatomical, diffusion, and functional MRI research. MRI research can be combined with additional physiological measurements including skin conductance, eyetracking, and simultaneous EEG, as well as (off-line) neuromodulation techniques such as TMS and tACS.
In addition, the centre offers an optional service to convert the acquired MRI data to a standardized format and run it through a cutting-edge preprocessing and quality control pipeline. For more information please contact Tinka Beemsterboer (email@example.com) or Steven Scholte (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For the measurement of eye-movement and pupillometry.
These cubicles have PC's with software for individual stimuli/response research and questionnaries.
2 large Video studio’s for the observing and filming of children and families.
For the research of behavior of todlers and babies.
These are cubicles with Noldus Observer software/hardware, for the scoring of pre-recorded videos.
For the recording of interviews.
This is the lab for sleep and dream research.