FAQs

Reserving the Behavioral Lab

Faculty and PhD students working with faculty may reserve the Behavioral Lab’s main space, the Eye Tracking Lab, and the Team Processes Lab. Instructions for reserving the space are presented below.

Who can reserve the lab?

Faculty and PhD students working with faculty may reserve the Behavioral Lab’s main space, the Eye Tracking Lab, and the Team Processes Lab to conduct behavioral research.

How do I reserve the lab?

Fill out the reservation request form on the Reserve the Lab page and a confirmation or a request to choose an alternate time will be returned to you within two business days.

How do I access the lab once it has been reserved?

Immediately prior to your reservation time, you may pick up card keys to enter the lab and a key to open the accessories cabinet from Smith Operations in Van Munching Hall 2410 (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Keys should be returned to Smith Operations after you have finished using the lab.

How can I administer my studies from the lab workstations?

A shared network drive, the O drive, has been created to allow researchers to make their experimental materials available to the lab workstations and to collect participant data remotely from the lab workstations. Researchers using the Behavioral Lab may request access to the O drive.