Play behavioral economic games, earn cash

The Behavioral Economics Laboratory at Wichita State University is recruiting participants.

  • An unconditional $5 show-up fee: If you show up at the campus lab at the scheduled time, you earn $5.
  • On average, $15-20 per hour: The amount for participating in the games will vary, and will be based on each participant’s decisions. On average, students earn $15-20 per hour.
  • Learn more about behavioral science and contribute to university research: Behavioral economics games were originally used by Nobel Prize laureate Vernon Smith, for educational and research purposes. You can help Wichita State professors and students publish their research in high-quality academic journals.