The PLEEP lab was moved and renovated in the Summer of 2007. It now consists of 22 networked computers, in addition to a server located in a seperate control room. It is located in room C-36 of the Solomon Lab building, home to many of the offices and laboratories of the faculty of the Psychology Department.
Each networked computer is located in an isolated work space, separated by partitions to preserve the privacy of participants.
The footprint of the computers have been minimized so that participants can read and write comfortably at each work station. The PLEEP lab can be used for experiments that require local area networks, access to the Internet, and hand-run studies.
A partition separates the lab into two sections. This can be used to run two experiments simultaneously, or when two groups of participants need to be kept completely separated.