What happens in a Phonology Lab?
speech perception - how listeners recover the sounds and words spoken by talkers.
speech production - how talkers form the sounds of language.
phonological theory - description of language sound systems.
tonal phonology - how pitch is used in sound systems.
phonological acquisition - how children learn a language's phonology.
speech planning - how talkers assemble the plans used in production.
acoustic phonetics - instrumental analysis of speech sounds.
neurophonetics - how phonetic information is encoded in the brain.
sociophonetics - phonetic encoding of social information.
historical phonology - explaining language sound change.
phonetics teaching - Ladefoged & Johnson, "A Course in Phonetics".