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Jackson Street Laboratory

The lab was initially financed through an internal grant from Angelo State University, and further supported by the College of Health and Human Services. It contains:

  • 10 PC-based workstations
  • A 300-hz and a 120-hz Tobii gaze tracking station
  • A 42” television for stimulus presentation
  • Meeting area and office

All of the workstations are state-of-the-art and ready to go! The computers are networked and all have specialized data collection software. Our most recent addition adds eye tracking capability, unique among Masters level I-O programs. 

Special Thanks

Thanks to a grant secured by Dr. C. Allen Gorman, now of East Tennessee State University, we have this wonderful facility. Thanks, Allen!

Also, the Tobii hardware was purchased through the gracious approval of Dean Leslie Mayrand. Thank you!