The Behavioral Lab provides Smith School faculty and doctoral students with resources to conduct experimental research on human behavior.
The lab includes both new information technology resources for conducting computer-aided experiments and traditional resources for conducting behavioral research.
By participating in faculty research, students at the Smith School have the opportunity to observe first-hand how experimental research is conducted. In addition, the lab increases faculty research productivity and facilitates interaction among the school's behavioral researchers.
The Behavioral Lab was launched in 2003 as the third major component of the business school’s Netcentricity Laboratory. The Net Lab’s Supply Chain Laboratory opened in 2000 and the Netcentric Financial Markets Lab opened in fall 2001.
To learn more about the resources available at the lab, please visit our Lab Resources page.