Asia-Pacific Language Experimentation (APLE) Lab

Asia-Pacific Language Experimentation (APLE) Lab is an experimental linguistics lab directed by Prof. Nozomi Tanaka in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Indiana University. We have lab space in Global & International Studies Building 2049, which can be used for running behavioral and eye-tracking experiments and meetings.

Lab Equipment

  • EyeLink Portable Duo eye-tracker
  • Dell OptiPlex 790 work station with E-Prime installed
  • Zoom H2n Handheld Recorders (pending)

Lab Reservation

If you need to use GA 2049 for an experiment or a meeting, please fill up the reservation form.

Prospective Students

We are currently looking for lab members who are interested in quantitative approach to languages of Asia and the Pacific, including:

  • Experimental approaches to first, second, and/or heritage languages
  • Experimental syntax
  • Corpus linguistics
  • Field psycholinguistics
  • Experimental investigation of minority and endangered languages

If you are interested in becoming a lab member, please contact Prof. Nozomi Tanaka at tanakan [at] indiana [dot] edu

We have another experimental linguistics lab in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures: If you want to focus more on language processing, please visit Prof. Charles Lin’s Language and Cognition Lab (LaCL).