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Jeff is the lab manager for the Behavioral Research Lab. He earned his Bachelor’s in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Maine at Farmington, and he earned his Master’s in Social Sciences Research from the University of Chicago. He hopes to make the Lab an efficient resource for the research community at the Business School and provide a fun and productive environment in which research can be conducted.
Cameron McClure coordinates recruitment for the Behavioral Research Lab. She is also the coordinator for the Business School’s Program on Social Intelligence. Cameron has her Bachelors in Psychology from Columbia.
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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