The Mood Disorders Laboratory consists of two research suites located directly across the hall from each other on the fourth floor of the Seay Psychology building. The testing suite contains approximately 950 square feet of laboratory space. It contains one large testing room, a control room, five individual testing rooms, and a large meeting space. The large testing room is equipped with an ASL remote desktop eye tracking system. An adjacent room serves as its control room. Another testing room is equipped with a Biopac MP System to collect physiological data (e.g., heart rate, blood pressure, galvanic skin response, respiration). The remaining testing rooms are equipped with PCs to enable information processing research and complete self-report questionnaires.
The second suite contains approximately 750 square feet of office space for graduate students and research staff, a room for conducting clinical interviews, as well space for data entry and phone screening to determine participant eligibility for MDL studies. All rooms are networked and equipped with state-of-the-art computers.
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