The Psychophysiology Lab (under the direction of Dr. Olson) utilizes advanced psychophysiological techniques to evaluate brain and cardiovascular function in clinical and non-clinical populations. Measures used extensively in the lab include questionnaires and surveys (mood/emotion/affect), neuropsychological and cognitive testing, electroencephalography (EEG), event-related potentials (ERPs), electrocardiography (ECG), impedance cardiography (ICG), ecological momentary assessment (EMA), and accelerometry. All testing takes place in a 425 square foot lab space that includes an area for clinical interviews and health history screenings as well as a 5’ x 7’ WhisperRoom sound attenuation chamber. The primary measures are divided into two main categories and additional information can be found by clicking on the links below.