Behavioral Lab Study Request Form
If you are interested in conducting a study in the Behavioral Lab, please fill out a Study Request Form
Minigrant Program (open to Haas) (This program is currently suspended until further notice)
Haas researchers can apply for small grants to support their studies. To apply fill out this grant application form.
If you would like to rent out additional laptops beyond what is provided in the lab, you can request laptops from BLab.
If you would like to request an extension on laptops you already have out, request a laptop rental extension.
Petty Cash Fund*** (Currently suspended until further notice)
Us this form if you are interested in paying participants with cash and need access to petty cash.
Please note – the number of simultaneous studies may impose a burden on the petty cash fund such that it may be impossible to arrange payments for your study. It is important you send your request as early as possible.
An online experiment management system for managing Haas RPP and paid studies. For a Haas Researcher guide to SONA Systems click here.
Group Room Reservation Policy
Group Rooms F505, F508 and F510 are subject to the following restrictions:
- Maximum of 24 total reservation hours per week, per Lab/Principal Investigator.
- Maximum of 2 week advanced reservations.
If your study must exceed these restrictions, please contact the Behavioral Lab Manager.
Software Presentation Videos
Web Based Resources and Data Collection Services
- Psychological (industrial/organizational) research on the net (links to experiments)
- Resources for computer-based experiments: SuperLab, Medialab/DirectRT, Qualtrics (free account for Haas faculty through berkeley.qualtrics.com)
- Data analysis: Recommended by Encyclopedia Britannica—StatSoft, Inc. (2010). Electronic Statistics Textbook.
Haas Research Participant Program
The Haas Research Participant Program provides an opportunity for students to engage first hand in innovative Business research as participants. As a participant, students are helping researchers develop, apply, and extend the field of Business.
Students enrolled in UGBA105 and UGBA106 courses are invited to participate in our Haas RPP program. Students will receive course credit for their participation. If a student chooses to not participate, there is an alternative where students can obtain course credit. More information and details will be provided to the students at the start of the semester.
*They must be 18 years or older to participate.
For any questions please contact the Behavioral Lab Coordinator at email@example.com.
Fall 2021 Courses Participating in Haas RPP
Instructor: Dana Carney
Dates for RPP: 09/14/2022 – 12/10/2022
Current Enrollment: 288
Instructors: Brady, Fanning, Azhar, Wasim
Dates for RPP: 10/17/2022-12/11/2022
Current Enrollment: 246
Important Dates for Haas Researchers
|Aug. 30th-Sept 5th.||MORS researchers – UGBA 105 Pre-screen window|
|Sept. 6th||Pre-screen data distributed to researchers.|
|End of the Add-Drop period for UGBA 105||RPP begins
For UGBA 105, Phase 1: 80% of total credit hours will be divided equally among the researchers who requested RPP participants (Non-applicable for summer sessions)
|Oct. 17th for UGBA 106||RPP begins
For UGBA 106: 100% of total credit hours will be divided equally among the researchers who request RPP participants
|Oct. 11th||For UGBA 105, Phase 2: The remaining credit hours will be available for interested researchers. Please fill out the Behavioral Lab Study Request Form if you would like credit hours in Phase 2 or contact the Behavioral Lab Manager. (Non-applicable for summer sessions)|
|Dec. 10th||Last day to run RPP studies and Alternative Assignments due at midnight|
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