Marshall Behavioral Research Lab

Welcome to the Marshall Behavioral Research Lab at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California. The purpose of the lab is to provide Marshall faculty and doctoral students a space to conduct interdisciplinary research in human decision making and behavior. Learn more about the types of research we do and the equipment we offer in our facilities.

Please note that the lab is to be used for academic research purposes only. It cannot be reserved for teaching activities or used as a workspace for research assistants.


Interested in becoming a research assistant? Click on Apply for Student Positions in the navigation menu. 


Research Conduct and Integrity: All research in the Marshall Behavioral Research Lab must be approved by the USC Institutional Review Board (IRB). In addition, research conducted must follow the Policies and Procedures set forth by the Office of the Protection of Research Subjects. Please review the USC Responsible Conduct of Research document as noted in USC's Code of Ethics.