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For Researchers

The Lab exists to help facilitate the research of Columbia Business School researchers. The Lab offers many services in pursuit of helping researchers conduct their studies, and the Lab's staff are dedicated to assisting in any way they can.

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!

Equipment & Resources

The Lab has 39 computer stations, 4 research rooms, and a large collection of equipment, hardware and software that's used to facilitate various types of research.

Available Rooms and Computers

  • B201: The Office
    • 3 Computer Stations, including a Mac-Mini
  • B203: Small Computer Lab
    • 9 Computer Stations, including the Binocular Rivalry Computer
  • B204: Open Space w/ Two Break-Out Rooms
    • 3 Computer Stations, including the Eye Tracker
  • B205: Open Space w/ Two Break-Out Rooms
    • 3 Computer Stations
  • Uris 304: Computer Lab on 3rd Floor
    • 21 Computer Stations
  • Hallway Kiosk:
    • 1 Computer Station

Equipment and Hardware

  • 1 Tobii TX-300 Eye Tracker (B204)
  • 1 Binocular Rivalry Computer w/ 3D Glasses (B203)
  • 2 Lenovo Laptops
  • 9 iPads (3 iPad Minis and 6 Regular iPads)
  • 5 High Def Canon Cameras w/ Tripods & Memory Cards
  • Physiology Equipment
  • Noise-Blocking Headphones
  • Mini Freezers and Fridges


  • MediaLab/DirectRT 2014
  • SPSS
  • Tobii Studio
  • Presentation
  • MAT Lab
  • E-Prime
  • zLeaf/zTree
  • Inquisit
  • NVivo
  • Qualtrics


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Behavior Lab Calendar

Check out our Lab Calendar to figure out when the room you want is available.

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.