Anderson Behavioral Lab

The Anderson Behavioral Lab is an interdisciplinary resource for research in human behavior.  The lab is available for use by all Anderson faculty and serves as an important research and teaching resource of the Anderson School of Management.

In addition to facilitating the research of Anderson faculty, the lab gives Anderson students a unique opportunity to learn about the process of conducting research with human subjects. Each semester, hundreds of students gain first-hand experience with research by participating in ongoing studies and a select group of advanced students are given the opportunity to serve as research assistants working on research-focused directed study projects with participating faculty members.

The lab facilitates both in-person and online studies addressing a variety of organizationally relevant topics, such as: decision making, social influence processes, team dynamics, leadership, workplace emotionality, stereotyping and prejudice, counterproductive work behaviors, negotiation, morality, cultural dynamics, and prosocial behavior.