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The Curtin Experimental Economics Lab are recruiting paid experiment participants

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Want to get paid for your participation in decision-making experiments at Curtin?

The Curtin Experimental Economics Lab (CEEL) are currently looking for participants to take part in experiments designed to learn how people make decisions.

Conducted throughout semester 2 and beyond, the experiments are open for registrations from people across all areas of study. Students can get paid an average of $40 for participating in the study!

To register your interest, visit the website.

 

About the Curtin Experimental Economics Lab

Established in 2018, and located in Building 402 Room 215, the Curtin Experimental Economics lab is dedicated to learning about how people make decisions when incentives are present. Topical applications include the economics of environmental regulation, health-related decision making, and studies in behavioural finance.