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The multiple award-winning John Henry Brookes building opened in 2014, and provides a state of the art library and extensive study spaces. In addition, Psychology is situated on the top floor of the Sinclair building which was re-furbished in 2019. This space provides students with the use of a dedicated computer lab for the teaching of statistics and research methods and break out areas for each group or individual study. We also have a dedicated research area which houses our research labs. Follow the links below to find out more about these research labs.
At the Babylab, a team of dedicated researchers investigate current issues in Developmental Psychology, studying how children learn about the world around them.
The PAAC Lab supports our research in a range of cognitive and brain processes. These include aspects of visual and attentional processing, visual working memory and early motor planning.
The PuMa Lab is interested in both typical and atypical development in children and adults, with a major focus on Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) and associated difficulties.
The Writing Lab has a range of equipment to record and measure handwriting and keyboarding behaviour.