BEE Lab

We welcome faculty members and graduate students interested in behavioral science to join our BEE (Behavioral and Experimental Economics) lab meetings and/or present their work. We accept presentations of ongoing projects and other research-related activities at any stage, including:

Our weekly lab meetings take place on Wednesday, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm through Zoom. To attend the BEE lab meetings and stay up to date about upcoming presentations, please fill the registration form to join our mailing list. Also, please join our Slack channel through this invitation link.

If you are interested to present, please Click here to acquire a slot.

We are grateful for financial support from the Rackham Graduate School.

Schedule for Winter 2022

Date Presenter Title Location
January
19
Jiawei Li Human Decision-Making in Dynamic Resource Allocation Zoom
February
23
Hanna Hoover Practice Presentation for Final OES Fellowship Interview Zoom
March
2
Erin Krupka Preparing and participating in seminars Zoom
March
9
Rasha Alahmad Co-adaptation in cognitive computing systems Zoom
March
16
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March
23
Charlotte Cavaille Measurement tools for the study of moral reasoning in politics (Feedback on pilot lab experiment and overall project) Zoom
April
6
Muruvvet I. Buyukboyaci The Impact of Group Discussion and Composition on Giving Behavior Toward Outgroup Zoom
April
13
Silvia Castro Breaking the Silence- Group Discussions, Social Pressure, and the Adoption of Health Technologies Zoom
April
20
Qingyi Wang Affective Polarization and Social Identity: Preference-Based or Belief-Based? Zoom
April
27
Jingyi Qiu Headline Curiosity Zoom

Link to previous meetings