Primate Cognition Lab @ Columbia University
Herbert S. Terrace, director
Home Research Lab Members Publications Videos Fun Stuff

Our main laboratory is the Schermerhorn Building (above) on the Morningside Heights campus of Columbia University. For directions, click here.



The lab is equipped with facilities for running human subjects (usually Columbia undergrads), and also serves as the central location for all of our data analysis and lab meetings. We completed a major renovation in the spring of 2006, and now enjoy a modern workspace with cubicles for each grad student, workstations for all research assistants, and a conference table with overhead projector. We also have a kitchenette... so feel free to stop by for lunch.


Call us-- 212.854.8785 (from campus: 4-8785)

Fax us-- 212.854.3609, attn: Primate Cognition Lab


Our monkeys are housed at Columbia's Health Sciences campus, where their care is supervised by a full-time veterinary staff. All data collection happens at this site. To get there, it is a 15-minute subway ride, or one may take the Columbia Intercampus Shuttle.


352 Schermerhorn Extension  |  212.854.8785  |  Department of Psychology  |  Columbia University  |  (c) 2007