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The Behavioral Research Lab is a large,centralized laboratory that works to facilitate scholarly research conducted within the Business School.The Lab is utilized by a large community of faculty, graduate students, post docs and research assistants who are affiliated with Columbia Business School.

Please do not hesitate to contact the Lab Manager with any questions, thoughts, concerns or accolades you may have. We're here to help you!


Ashley Culver
Lab Coordinator
Ashley is the lab manager for the Behavioral Research Lab. She graduated from Columbia with a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience & Behavior and a special concentration in Linguistics. Before taking on the role of Lab Coordinator, Ashley worked as a research assistant at the BRL. She is enthusiastic about the research taking place at the Lab and excited to support the Business School community in the endeavor to gain a richer and more nuanced understanding of human behavior.


Cameron McClure
Recruitement Coordinator
Cameron McClure coordinates recruitment for the Behavioral Research Lab. She is also the assistant director for the Business School’s Leadership Lab. Cameron has her Bachelor's in Psychology from Columbia and is currently working on a Master of Public Administration at Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs.


Yael Warach
Research Coordinator
Yael Warach is the full time Research Coordinator for Kathy Phillip's SINGO Lab. Yael facilitates data collection and analysis for research being conducted by Kathy Phillips, along with her Post-Docs and Phd Students.



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Did You Know?


studies were ran last year during the 2013-2014 academic year


hours of research was conducted during the 2013-2014 academic year

Research from the Behavior Lab

Does Facebook Lower Your Self-Control?
Research from Professor Keith Wilcox and Andrew Stephen (PhD '10) suggests that online social networks enhance users' self-esteem — and lower self-control.