Human Cognition Facilities
The OU Cognition Laboratory (OUCOG) comprises five laboratories.
Scott Gronlund directs the OU Memory Laboratory (OUML). The OUML consists of a workroom and two rooms devoted to data collection, each containing five networked computer stations. See http://faculty-staff.ou.edu/G/Scott.D.Gronlund-1/
Sowon Hahn directs the Attention and Cognitive Control Lab (ACC). The ACC consists of three lab spaces. One space is dedicated for the use of an eye tracker. The other two rooms contain five computers that are used to program experiments, run participants, and perform statistical analyses. See http://faculty-staff.ou.edu/H/Sowon.Hahn-1/
Dan Kimball directs the Human Learning and Memory Lab. The HLM Lab includes 4 areas—two areas with 5 and 6 computers, respectively, for running experiments; one area with 4 high-capacity computers used for programming, analyses, and simulations; and one mixed-function area with a single computer, for meetings, presentations, and experiments. See http://www.ou.edu/memorylab/
Rick Thomas directs the Decision Processes Laboratory (DPL). The DPL maintains four lab spaces. The two spaces have a total of ten networked computers for running experiments. The second lab has three networked simulation-grade computers that are used by undergraduate and graduate research assistants to program experiments, conduct statistical analyses, and implement simulation models for the DPL. The final lab space maintained by the DPL houses an eye-tracker. See http://www.thehygeneproject.org/
OUCOG includes two conference rooms used for lab meetings and weekly brown bags.