Stanford GSB (Graduate School of Business) Behavioral Lab is an interdisciplinary laboratory available for all Stanford GSB faculty and PhD students to conduct research on organizational behavior, behavioral marketing, political economics, or behavioral economics.
Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab
Stanford GSB researchers look for participants willing to take part in organizational and marketing studies. You may participate either in-person in the lab or online on your home computer. Studies typically include cash or gift card payments averaging $25 an hour. None of the studies involves physical exertion or medical procedures.
Who Can join Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab
- You must be 18 years of age or older.
- Fluent in English
- NOT a current Stanford student
- You must complete a prescreen form.
- You may not participate if you are a graduate student in psychology, organizational behavior, or marketing.
- If you are not a U.S. citizen, you may still participate in most studies run through the Behavioral Lab.
How to join?
Go to Sona Systems National Participant Pool: On the site, you will be able to view available studies and the compensation amounts. The studies in this pool are completely online.
Stanford (GSB) Behavioral Lab conducts some very interesting studies. Their surveys usually are related to human behavior and psychological aspects. On average I receive at least one survey invite a month. Payments for surveys are amazon gift certificate, usually at least $5.00.
Surveys last between 15 minutes and 30 minutes, sometimes a little longer. And they pay very fast, usually 2 – 3 business days after completing the surveys. They are a great survey site that pay gift cards, and be sure to take the surveys as soon as you receive the invite email.
UPDATE: I haven’t received any survey invites from them for a long time, not sure if they are still active.