We have purpose-built psychology laboratories where you can develop your practical psychology skills.
Eye-tracking equipment can be used for a range of experiments and gives an insight into aspects of human behaviour that are not typically detectible.
Electroencephalography (EEG) machines measure the electrical activity associated with the brain’s function.
BIOPAC systems help us to understand the relationship between biology and psychology by looking at physiological responses to external stimuli.
Interview and observation rooms allow students, as researchers, to observe human behaviour in a natural manner through a one-way screen and conduct a range of experiments and tests.