Behavioral Research Lab @ MIT
BOUT THE LAB
The MIT Behavioral Research Lab (BRL) was established in 2006 with support from the Provost's Office to assist MIT-affiliated researchers and to provide the community with an opportunity to participate in research. Some research studies are conducted in-person, whereas other studies are conducted online.
MAKE MONEY PARTICIPATING IN RESEARCH
Participants are compensated typically with cash or gift certificates. See individual study descriptions for specific payment amounts. Additionally, some MIT students participate in research studies in partial fulfillment of a course requirement.
We welcome both MIT affiliates and non-affiliates to participate in research studies. Participants must be over the age of 18. Generally, no prior experience is required. Eligibility requirements, if any, can be found in specific study descriptions once you are signed in.
SIGN-UP TO PARTICIPATE
Before participating, you must create an account. Basic information, including an e-mail address, is required. Once you have a password and user ID, you can view a list of ongoing studies and available timeslots.
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