The Cognition Research
(CR) Lab consists of cognitive neuroscience equipment (including functional
Near-Infrared Spectroscopy, fNIRS and non-invasive brain stimulation) and
electroencephalography (EEG) measurement systems that will provide behavioral scientists with the ability to bring in neuroscience research and technology in understanding
human psyche and behavior.
The lab is also equipped with hyperscanning
capabilities to allow investigations of interactive activities between a dyad.
Academics and researchers from psychology and communication will be able to study the intersection between traditional behavioral science theories and
methods and neuroscience. This will lead to enhanced collaborations and
research opportunities among different disciplines.