Completed in 2010, the Social Behavior Lab is comprised of over 15 testing rooms with multiple functions and equipment.
"Curiosity killed the cat, but lead to the most aMEOWsing findings!" - Anynomous
With that in mind, below are some real world answers to your hypothetical questions. If you're still hungry for information, contact the Lab Coordinator!
There are individual testing rooms, large group rooms, a computer lab, psychophysiology labs, and a conference/seminar room. For a more detailed description of software and equipment, click on the Room Descriptions tab.
If you need to cancel or reschedule a lab reservation, first make sure you inform your RAs and Participants of the change, then email the Lab Coordinator with the dates and rooms that will no longer need to be reserved. He will be able to free up the space for others to use.
Then the Forms and Policies tab is where you'll want to click for a look at how we keep the lab running on all four cylinders.
For directions to our home on the 8th floor of the USC's Seeley G. Mudd Building, click here.
To participate in a study, register with Sona Systems.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer Research Assistant, take a look at what research is going on in the lab by clicking on the Faculty Research. Contact the Social Behavior Lab Assistant with any questions.
Note: If you are interested in working with Dr. Wendy Wood, please email Dennis Rünger directly.
For details about sustainability and green construction, click here.
Welcome to the new Social Behavior Lab Website!
Upcoming Social Psychology Brown Bag Speaker Series Events:
All events are at noon unless otherwise indicated
April 7th: Jaana Juvonen, Professor of Developmental Psychology, UCLA
Location: Leavey Library Auditorium
April 14th: William Burns, Decision Research Scientist, CSU San Marcos
April 21st: Peter Meindl, Social Psychology Graduate Student, USC
April 28th: William Dunlop, Assistant Professor of Psychology, UC Riverside