The Centre for Comparative Psycholinguistics is a facility built for the purpose of research on language production, comprehension, and acquisition across languages and speaker populations.

The Centre is hosted jointly by the Department of Linguistics and the Arts Resource Centre, and is located in the first floor of the Arts building. Dr. Juhani J√§rvikivi of the Department of Linguistics is the Director of the CCP. The Centre is also a base for research on the Mental Lexicon, a project headed by Dr. Gary Libben, the founding director of the CCP. New and returning students can find current experiments and available timeslots using the Linguistics Sign-Up System (SONA).

July 2021 – First gathering in two years