This cutting-edge project is in progress, aiming to open in September 2020. The Human Behavior Laboratory can help answer questions about human thoughts and emotions, and give us groundbreaking insights into our health, education and marketing tactics. The lab can quickly and accurately collect biometric data, including eye tracking, facial expression analysis (reading emotions), neural signals (electroencephalography), galvanic skin response (GSR), and heart and respiration rates. The result is a greater understanding of how context and emotions influence human behavior. The project will allow for a one-way mirror for observers to sit behind while an examiner works with the patient on the other side of the mirror.
Eye tracking studies have shown that typically developing humans have an innate tendency to attend to the central facial region of other humans regardless of scene complexity or salience or other, non-social objects and eye tracking have more recently been applied in the field of autism. Moreover, social processing is also observable through pupillometry, which provides direct information about the level of sympathetic arousal systems.
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