Harvard Business School Behavioral Lab

Harvard Business School Behavioral Lab hosts Behavioral Research studies. Take part in lab-based studies in human behavior and decision-making that contribute to human understanding. You will be paid for your time.

About the Lab

The Behavioral Lab (BeLab) studies human behavior and decision-making by inviting participants from across the Boston area. Participants are paid to take part in lab-based studies that contribute to this cutting-edge research. Research findings are often published in academic journals by HBS faculty and students.

Who can register?

To participate, you must be:

  • US citizen or permanent resident (details)
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Fluent in English
  • Comfortable using a computer

My Review

Harvard Business School hosts some very interesting psychology and social studies. Payments are range from $10 to $30. For me, I receive their “alert” emails telling me there are study available at their site (some people prefer to check their website themselves), and I login and sign up for studies that are hosted online – most of their studies are hosted on campus though.

I have done several studies/surveys for them, and I highly enjoyed the experience – they are interesting and fun to do. Usually they pay cash (money order), but recently I was paid $20 Amazon Gift certificate for a survey.

Visit Harvard Business School – Behavioral Research 

UPDATE: I haven’t heard from them for a long time, not sure they have online studies anymore.

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