The Psychology Electronics Shop is staffed by a full-time Electronics Technician and includes separate electronics and woodworking areas. The shop is used for the construction and repair of the specialized equipment needed for the department's research and instructional programs, as well as for the maintenance of department's numerous computers and related devices. These services are used extensively by faculty and graduate students.
Here is a partial list, with manuals, of some of the equipment available:
- Table Saw (3,312 kb pdf)
- Radial Arm Saw (10,768 kb pdf)
- Band Saw (1,654 kb pdf)
- Jig Saw (1,481 kb pdf)
- Drill Press (1,914 kb pdf)
- Heavy Duty Hand-Drill (818 kb pdf)
- Belt and Disc Sander (951 kb pdf)
- Grinder (290 kb pdf)
An important role played by the technician is as a consultant about a range of technical matters, including equipment design, software development, web programming, and virtually anything pertaining to computers and other electronic equipment.