Experimental Linguistics Lab Facilities
- Psycholinguistic and phonetic research
- Staff, PhDs, students and guest researchers
2311 BD Leiden
Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL) hosts four Experimental Linguistics Labs equipped to produce high quality experimental work. All researchers at LUCL are free and encouraged to make use of these spaces. Colleagues from other institutes and departments may also use these spaces at a reasonable cost and subject to availability. We are constantly striving to produce interdisciplinary work and collaborations between researchers, which can be done at our labs. Experimental researchers from the LUCL are also affiliated with the Leiden Institute for Brain and Cognition (LIBC).
If you would like to run experiments in one of the labs, please get in touch with the Lab Manager.
Phonetics Lab (Lipsius 1.07)
Consists of a recording set-up and four workstations for data analysis
Eye-tracking Lab (Lipsius 1.12)
Contains a high performance Eyelink 1000 eye tracking system (desktop and mobile)
EEG Lab (Lipsius 1.04)
Comprises three set-ups with BioSemi Active Two system (64 + 8 channels) and two workstations for data analysis
Baby Lab (Lipsius 1.10)
A welcoming environment for babies with a spacious sound-attenuated booth and two workstations
Most of the sound-attenuated booths can be used for behavioural experiments alongside their dedicated techniques.
There is a meeting point and waiting room in Lipsius 1.11 to be used by all lab users and their participants.
- Experiment Builder & Data Viewer
- Eyelink 1000
- BioSemi Active Two & Actiview
- Brain Vision Analyzer
To use the labs independently, users must be proficient in the relevant techniques and follow lab protocols at all times.
For access to the labs and support please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.