The Behavioral Lab provides all Smith School faculty and Ph.D. experimenters with research support in several specific areas.
Resources, Support and Training
Support is provided at all stages of the research process. Training sessions on utilizing the lab's hardware and software resources are conducted at various times throughout the year. For more details about the lab's resources, click here. To inquire about future training sessions or to arrange a one-on-one consultation contact the Lab Manager.
Faculty and Ph.D. students working with faculty may reserve the Behavioral Lab’s main space, the Eye Tracking/Team Processes Lab, and/or up to four team rooms to conduct behavioral research. To submit a reservation request form click here.
Research Participant Coordination
Experimenters can utilize the lab's experiment management system to post study timeslots online and coordinate participant sign-ups. Assistance with recruiting participants can also be provided.