Spearheaded by Ming-Ray Liao, a graduate student in the lab (see People), we have conducted a guest lecture on perception science geared for AP Psychology in local area high schools and have organized lab tours and hands-on demonstrations (a multi-lab collaboration within the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences at Texas A&M University) covering cognitive neuroscience research more broadly. High school educators interested in taking advantage of this outreach opportunity are encouraged to contact the lab email (email@example.com) to request more information.
Some photos from a lab tour conducted in 2019:
A brief overview of what we study in the lab, written at the AP Psychology level, can be found here (courtesy of Mark Britton) [link]
A beginner-level overview of eye tracking and computer programming, two skills we emphasize in the lab that have broad utility beyond the conduct of psychological science, can be found here (courtesy of Mark Britton). Many people trained in the conduct of psychological science go on to use skills like these in a wide variety of contexts.
eye tracking [link]
computer programming [link]