The Behavioral Lab has seven full-time research coordinators to run in-lab studies for Stanford faculty and senior Stanford GSB doctoral students (in their fourth, fifth, or sixth year). Each study we conduct is managed by an RC (full-time research coordinator); therefore, the lab can run roughly seven in-lab studies concurrently.
Typically, doctoral students manage their own studies if they are in their first, second, or third year. Sometimes we are able to provide undergraduate RAs to help, but not all the time, and not the full-time lab RCs.
Below is a table of the lab’s full-time research coordinators and the date of their expected upcoming availability based on the projects on which they are currently working.
The dates of the RC’s expected availability are updated weekly. Often, availability dates will increase due to a number of factors outside of the lab’s control. When the lab is at full capacity, new requests for upcoming in-lab studies will be placed in queue. The queue is listed below.
The Behavioral Lab is a resource for Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty doctoral students only. Do not request to use the lab for an experiment if you are not a Stanford GSB doctoral student.