By the Numbers: Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab

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By the Numbers: Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab

From virtual headsets to stolen M&Ms: a numerical snapshot of the place where experiments get done.
February 3, 2020

The Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab enables GSB faculty and PhD students to conduct research involving human subjects. Here, we use some select statistics to tell its story.

By the Numbers: Stanford Graduate School of Business Behavioral Lab

 
 
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