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The Human Factors program at the University of Idaho has more than 2,000 square feet of lab space providing access to cutting edge technology and sophisticated equipment used in human factors research. The program also has a graduate student office space with computers available to students for data analysis and typical office functions.

Research Facilities

  • Locations: Student Health Center 016D
    • 225 square feet
    • Virtual reality street simulator with both displays and head mounted capability

  • Location: Student Health Center 009
    • 280 square feet
    • 130 square feet for main lab facility but can be reconfigured.
    • 150 square feet used as graduate student office and meeting space.
  • Equipment includes:
    • 1-Wacom Cintiq 24” graphics tablet with multi-touch capability
    • 2-iMac 24” personal computers
    • 1-Tobii eye-tracker X2-60
    • 1-Windows computer workstation running ePrime II for time-critical experiments

  • Location: Student Health Center203
    • 193 square feet
    • 4 desktop computer for data collection

  • Location: Student Health Center 014
    • 400 square feet
  • Includes analog counseling area and psychological testing space with the following equipment:
    • Audio and video recording equipment
    • Personal computer
    • Psychological testing library

  • Location: Student Health Center 005
    • 195 square feet
    • 3 desktop computers with external monitors for data collection, behavioral analysis, and data analysis
    • Printer
    • 4 Logitech web cams
    • Rokoko motion capture suit

  • Location: Forney Hall 001A
    • 230 square feet
    • Four networked high-performance workstations
    • Three stations can be used for simultaneous subject testing
    • Equipped with E-Prime 3.0 for psychological tests, R, and RStudio computational modeling, and SPSS for conducting statistical tests

Psychology & Communication

Physical Address:
206 Student Health Center

Mailing Address:
Psychology & Communication
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3043
Moscow, ID 83844-3043

Phone: 208-885-6324

Fax: 208-885-7710


Web: Psychology and Communication