Behavioral Research Lab
Expanding the interaction between academic research & industry.
At Goizueta Business School, faculty and student researchers are committed to better understanding how decision making affects business. The Behavioral Research Lab brings together world-renowned faculty, students, and community members who are committed to answering fundamental questions about how humans behave, think, collaborate, make decisions, and respond to challenges.
We welcome your involvement in this important initiative.
Goizueta Behavioral Research 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:
- Access to a database for subject recruiting/tracking
- Assistance staff and a programmer
- Lab research assistance
Eligible Emory students, staff, and community members are invited participate in research studies. We also welcome members of the general public who are over 18 years of age. As a participant, you can share your opinions, play games, and/or complete surveys and tasks in the lab. Earn cash or gift cards while contributing to cutting-edge research. Most studies take place in the lab, located on the 5th floor of Goizueta Business School (Room W505). Study sessions are scheduled during the day, during evenings, and on weekends. Some studies are also online. By signing up you will receive email updates on when new studies become available. We also post study updates on Twitter (@emorygoizueta)
PhD Student Researchers