The INL is a university based research
laboratory that seeks to provide an
integrative understanding of the
relationships between biological, genetic, and situational factors in determining
behavior in different types of situations.
Through the years, the INL has acquired numerous eye-tracking cameras. These small cameras enable the lab to track and monitor the effects of drugs, personality, and genes on attention to a variety of emotional stimuli.
The INL has made some recent upgrades in the field of brain wave collection. The new SynAmps2 Neuroscan EEG system allows the collection of 132 channels as well as improves the overall imaging of the brain wave. This new system allows the INL to collect some of the field's best brain wave data.