Trinity’s Psychology Department offers the state-of-the-art equipment required for comprehensive study. Several faculty have lab spaces in the Jacobs Life Sciences (LSC) building, where the Loberg Family wet lab is also located.

The Crescent Center for Arts and Neuroscience, which was completed in 2017, also houses several spaces used by the psychology and neuroscience departments, including a neuroendocrinology lab, Autism spectrum disorder developmental laboratory, brain explorations laboratory, neuro-computation teaching laboratory, neuroimaging suite with EEG and transcranial doppler equipment, and a traumatic brain injury cognitive laboratory.