The Behavioral Research Lab at Goizueta Business School is a resource for faculty and graduate students looking to complete various forms of research. The space can be adjusted to meet the needs of the study, transforming from a room with a fifth-floor view of Patterson Green and Jenkins Courtyard, into the typical, controlled laboratory environment with blackout shades. The lab has 20 mobile stations, each of which includes a desk with privacy screens, an all-in-one desktop computer with video capture capability, headsets, and a wireless mouse and keyboard. Each station has removable privacy screens, and the stations can be combined and dissembled in several ways to accommodate your research needs.
The lab also includes:
If you are interested in using the Behavioral Research Lab please contact the lab manager.
The Behavioral Research Lab is a state-of-the-art facility for testing cutting edge hypotheses about human behavior and cognition in business settings. It is a great resource for the university - for faculty and graduate research alike.
The space can be transformed to meet the needs of the study. The lab has 20 stations, each of which includes a desk with privacy screens, an all-in-one desktop computer with video capture capability, headsets, and a wireless mouse and keyboard. These stations are also modular, allowing the space to be configured for your specific research needs.
In addition to the cameras built in to each computer, the lab is equipped with remote-controlled wall cameras the can be operated from behind a one-way mirror. The lab is also equipped with a projector for presentations and/or instruction.
A manager and programmer are available for those using the lab. The lab also employs student lab assistants who work part-time to assist with research.
Behavioral research is critical to the work performed by many Goizueta and Emory faculty members. Following are some examples of laboratory-based research studies performed by Goizueta faculty:
If you are interested in participating in research being conducted in Goizueta’s Behavioral Research Lab, log on to the Goizueta Research Participation System. All Goizueta students are currently in the system; but others are welcome to add their name if they would like to be invited to future studies. If you are a faculty member interested in reserving the lab or its resources, please refer to the lab calendar or contact the lab manager.
Mohamed joined the Goizueta Business School staff in 2011. She has a degree in psychology from Brown University and experience as a research assistant, teaching assistant, grant writer, teacher through Teach for America, and program coordinator for Samaritans of Rhode Island.
Harris joined the Goizueta Business School staff in 2003 as an Information Analyst. Her skills and work experiences include process analysis, web development, software deployment, training and support. She is responsible for providing application development for faculty in the behavioral research laboratory.