Appalachian Experimental Economics Laboratory
The lab consists of 25 subject stations, a monitor station, and an audio and video projection systems. The lab is setup with one stationary server and multiple mobile servers that are assigned to individual researchers. An online recruitment system manages a subject pool that includes students and non-students.
Appalachian Survey Research Laboratory (AppSRL)
The Appalachian Survey Research Laboratory (AppSRL) is a state-of-the-art facility designed to conduct public opinion research about social, political and economic issues, both regionally and nationally. AppSRL works closely with academic, government and non-profit organizations to provide clients with high quality data and analyses. Moreover, the lab is capable to field multi-mode surveys to reach respondents by telephone, mail and internet.
Laboratory for Experimental and Applied Political Psychology (LEAP)
The Laboratory for Experimental and Applied Political Psychology (LEAP) supports experimental research that examines the content and structure of political beliefs and attitudes, the processing of political information, and the factors that influence political judgments and decisions. LEAP can assist in our understanding of the communication of public policy between policymakers and the public by examining the behavioral and psychological elements of political phenomena.