CLCG Linguistics Lab
The CLCG has a laboratory which houses equipment for the study of language production, comprehension and acquisition. This includes facilites for EEG, eye tracking, articulography, ultrasound, and multifunctional soundproof experimental rooms for reaction time measurements. See the links below for more information.
- Articulography Lab: The Articulography Lab allows researchers to study speech production by recording speech, tongue movements via electromagnetic articulography and ultrasound tongue imaging. Please contact Martijn Wieling, email@example.com, for information.
- ERP lab: CLCG researcher have access to the equipment of the IDEALAB* ERP lab. Please contact lab manager Srdjan Popov, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information and to make reservations. *(Erasmus Mundus PhD Program International Doctorate for Experimental Approaches to Language And Brain )
- Eye lab: The Eye Tracking Lab allows researchers to study language processing and language aquisition by analyzing head and eye movements. The facilities are used by staff, as well as by students working in the areas of language testing, second language acquisition, and psycholinguistics. For more information see their website or contact the coordinator of the Eye Lab, Jorrig Vogels: email@example.com
- Psycholinguistics lab: Research rooms to run experimental studies on language comprehension and production. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLCG COVID-19 Protocol for a safe, phased upscaling of subject testing by CLCG staff and students
In the past months, the CCT has granted permission for the use of office spaces and lecture halls in the Harmonie building, as well as for a number of teaching activities. In order to enable the reopening of the building, we have arranged for general matters, such as a registration procedure, walking directions throughout the building and the in-house emergency response team (BHV).
This protocol outlines participant-based research conducted at the Center for Language and Cognition Groningen (CLCG) carried out in labs inside the Harmonie building, taking the guidelines of the previously approved protocols into consideration.
This protocol describes the guidelines researchers have to adhere to when testing participants outside of the University buildings, i.e. at schools and at the particpant’s home.
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