Introduction to our state of the art eyetracking and psychophysiological biosignals laboratories.
SEE/PLAE laboratory

The SEE/PLAE lab (Synchronous Eye-movements of Experts/Psychophysiology of Learning, Attention, & Expertise) aims to provide state-of-the-art two-person measurement of eye-tracking and psychophysiology. This dyadic setup is a collaboration with the CELLS group, PI Ilona Södervik.

We have two Tobii Pro Spectrum 600Hz desktop eyetrackers, plus synchronised Shimmer GSR+ 3 biosignal sensors, and access to 32 channel EEG amplifiers. The lab space is designed to control ambient sound and light, so we can conduct sensitive measurements of, e.g. pupillometry.

Currently we are developing studies on transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS), using the Neuroelectrics Starstim tACS/EEG device with 20 channel amplifier for solo stimulations, and a pair of linked Neuroconn bipolar devices for dyadic stimulations. This is in collaboration with the labs of assoc. prof. Ilkka Laakso, Aalto University; and prof. Riikka Möttönen, Cognitive Science, UH. In our brain stimulation work, we also use Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in the project led by Dr. Andrei Rodionov, and collaborate with Helsinki University Hospital.

Features of Tobii Spectrum