Our EEG/ERP lab has a state of the art electroencephalogram (EEG) recording facility for event related potential (ERP) research into the neural bases of cognition. The lab has a galvanically isolated, sound attenuated chamber for EEG recording and an adjacent control room. The lab is equipped with a 64 channel EGI recording facility to study aspects of cognition in healthy adults and clinical populations. During a typical EEG recording, a sensor net with electrodes soaked in electrolyte solution is placed over a participant’s head. These electrodes record brain electrical responses in relation to any ongoing task or event. The primary focus of the EEG lab is to understand how the brain interprets motor information from visually presented objects and its role in the guidance of attention. The EEG/ERP lab is also being used to investigate the neural processes related to remembering and forgetting emotional events.