The CSLR is a state-of-the-art research facility containing

  • A desktop-mounted Eyelink 1000 eyetracker, which allows for real-time investigation of spoken language processing in the visual world
  • Ten sound-attenuated run rooms equipped with computers for behavioral studies, including spoken language production and perception
    • Including a dyadic interaction room which allows for varying the availability of visual and auditory speech cues and non-speech visual information
    • Three computers equipped with serial response boxes and voice keys from Psychology Software Tools for computer-independent response-time measurement
    • Sennheiser HMD-280 headsets or Sony MDR7506 headphones for high-fidelity audio stimulus presentation
  • Two sound booths furnished with recording equipment
  • Two child-friendly rooms equipped with computers for experiments on first language acquisition