The Laboratory for the Study of Social Interaction (LaSSI) is a shared research space for the study of basic social processes. Most research focuses on socio-emotional, status and power, justice and injustice, and individual and group identity processes. LaSSI utilizes state of the art equipment for collection of real-time cognitive, vocal, nonverbal, and physiological data from multiple interactants. The facilities, located on the 4th floor and basement levels of Baldwin Hall, consist of several individual participant rooms, a groups room, two control rooms, and several coding spaces. Multiple studies often run simultaneously, and data gathered in LaSSI is in use in research the world over.
To sign up to be a participant in one or more of LaSSI's research projects, click here.
If you are a UGA student interested in becoming involved with the laboratory and its researchers through the Experimental Research class, click here.
See an overview of LaSSI