Indiana University Bloomington


LaCL @ IU (2010-now)

LaCL at Indiana University has been up and running since 2010. We have three lab spaces. Weatherly 120 is a meeting room/lounge. Weatherly 118 is used for running behavioral experiments. GISB 2049 is a meeting room and the space for running behavioral and eye-tracking experiments. Currently, we have two Dell OptiPlex 790 working stations with E-Prime installed. We also have a 32 channel EEG system manufactured by BrainVision (the actiCHamp system). Most recently, an EyeLink eye-tracker is added to our lab thanks to Prof. Tanaka and Prof. Lin. Prof. Lin also collaborates with various other language-related faculty on campus; therefore, an array of other psycholinguistic methodology is available.




LaCL @ National Taiwan Normal University (2006-2010) (click to read more)


The Language and Cognition Lab at NTNU is equipped with computers and software to run linguistic experiments. It has been equipped to run self-paced reading tasks, lexical decision tasks, speech perception experiments (e.g., vowel and tone monitoring tasks), on-line grammaticality judgements, and cross-modal lexical decision tasks. It is equipped with E-Prime 2.0 PRO, response boxes, PCs, Macs, and an Eye-Link 2k eye-tracker.