Psychology facilities

Curtin has invested in state-of-the-art learning and research facilities for its psychology students.

Psychology Experimental Research Laboratories (PERL-C)

The facilities provide improved education for students, giving them access to the latest technology and enabling them to undertake a range of research activities.

Students will now have the opportunity to compliment survey and questionnaire based research with behaviour measures and evaluations that can be reported in the multiple computer labs.

Facilities include: soundproofed booths, consultation rooms, observation room, EEG equipment and eye-tracking equipment

Curtin Neurosciences Research Laboratory

neuroscience students

This multi-disciplinary research facility conducts studies in ageing, non-invasive brain stimulation, rehabilitation of movement and cognition, Parkinson’s Disease, stroke and exercise.

Test Library

student in library

The test library contains a range of assessment materials, as well as a collection of books, dissertation, theses and computer scoring facilities.

Student Computer Laboratory

students working in a computer lab

A computer laboratory is available to psychology students in Building 401, room 151.

To gain access please complete the Electronic Building Access form and hand it in to the School’s reception at 401.220.