There are excellent lab facilities and equipment available for research, supported by well-staffed mechanical and electrical workshops and by other technical and administrative services. There are dedicated experimental labs for research in neuroscience, fitted with ERP and TMS facilities. There is also an fMRI laboratory on campus. There are dedicated laboratories for human communication, human-computer interaction, social interaction, child development.
There is an extensive library of test materials, and a wide range of monitoring equipment including video apparatus for the recording and analysis of behaviour, and eye-tracking equipment. There is an observation studio with a one-way mirror and an anechoic chamber. The school has laboratories for work in physiological, psychophysical and computational investigation of the visual system and animal behaviour, through the physiological laboratories located in the University Biomedical Services unit, five minutes walk away in the Queen's Medical Centre.
The school maintains a local area network (LAN) of Apple Macs and Windows-based PCs, which provide access to file servers, laser printers, the campus wide University computing network and the internet. The software available includes programming languages, several expert system shells, and statistical packages, MS Office and desktop publishing. Microcomputers are used for controlling experiments and recording subjects' responses. The George Green Science Library is five minutes walk away, and has excellent holdings in psychology books and journals. It also provides access to bibliographic search systems such as Psyc-Lit, WoS, SSCI, MEDLINE, EMBASE and ERIC.