The CEU Cognitive Science department has excellent facilities for performing infant research, social cognition research, and research on visual perception. These facilities are located in the center of Budapest (Zrinyi utca and October 6 utca).
The Babylab of the Cognitive Development Center (CDC) offers state of the art technology to perform behavioral studies, looking-time studies using eye-tracking equipment, as well as EEG and optical imaging (NIRS) recording. The CDC also operates a Child Lab in the Budapest Zoo.
New labs for social cognition research offer state of the art facilities to perform experiments with individuals and groups including eye tracking, motion tracking, physiological measurements, and EEG. There is also a large music lab with several midi instruments and further equipment required for the study of joint music performance.
The Lab for Visual Perception and Learning provides multiple test rooms with equipment for psychophysical experiments involving eye-movement, large scale visual stimulation, binocular perception, touch-based feedback and computational analyses.