Acalytica Human Behaviour Labs are state-of-the-art facilities where academic and commercial researchers can conduct experiments on human behavior, interaction and thinking. We contribute with the necessary infrastructure such as labs, equipment and whatever other resources the researchers need.
Researchers from all industry verticals have an opportunity to gain access to our cutting-edge resources, researchers could be from economics, political science, psychology, linguistics, cognitive semiotics, management and many other fields. Example use cases include conflict resolution, consumer behaviour, time perception, group dynamics…etc.
Come and conduct experiments at the Acalytica Human Behaviour Labs on a time/space rental basis. Contact us for more details.
Researchers who use Acalytica Human Behaviour Labs want to explore the choices people make and how they think. Experiments in the labs typically involves activities such as questionnaires, eye tracking, mathematical and logical tasks, and basic, interactive games. Some experiments require you to work on your own, and others ask you to collaborate with other participants to solve problems, make decisions, or even compete against each other for points in a computer game.
As a research participant, you are completely free to choose which experiments you want to join. You can read descriptions of all the experiments you are able to participate in by creating a profile in our recruitment system. Anyone over the age of 18 years can become a research participant in Acalytica Human Behaviour Labs – the more different the participants are, the better!
There are many advantages to becoming a research participant in Acalytica Human Behaviour Research Labs. You are paid for your time – exactly how much will be stated in the description in our recruitment system. Participating in experiments is furthermore an interesting and unique activity, which allows you to experience state-of-the-art research and technology up close.
As a research participant, you actively contribute to the research at various universities, companies by helping researchers answer questions about why people act and think the way they do. In short: the researchers need you!