Behavioral studies require prior approval of University of Virginia's Institutional Review Board for Social and Behavioral Sciences (IRB-SBS). On this page, you will find resources related to IRB.
All researchers listed on an IRB protocol have to complete IRB's training. To complete the training go to http://www.virginia.edu/vpr/irb/hsr/citi.html.
IRB policies and procedures can be downloaded at http://www.virginia.edu/vpr/irb/sbs_polproc.html. IRB forms are available at http://www.virginia.edu/vpr/irb/sbs_forms.html.
If you would like to receive help on your IRB preparation, please contact Beatrice Boulu-Reshef or Yi Zhang.
Notes from Behavioral Research Seminars
Click here to see slides from the BRAD Lab seminar on latest topics in behavioral research
Click here to see slides from the BRAD Lab seminar on the methodologies of Experimental and Behavioral Economics
Click here to see the notes from the BRAD Lab workshop on behavioral research methods.
BRAD Lab has created guidelines for conducting online studies. To download the guidelines, click here.
Qualtrics allows researchers to create online studies. All Darden researchers are entitled to have a Qualtrics account. To log in to your account or sign up for one, go to http://web3.darden.virginia.edu/qualtrics/
Participant Recruitment & Study Management
BRAD Lab Participant Pool
All Darden researchers have access to the BRAD Lab Participant Pool administered through the SONA System. You can log in to your SONA account here. To download the BRAD Lab guidelines for using the SONA System to recruit participants and manage your studies, click here. Prior to using the BRAD Lab participant pool for the first time, please consult with Beatrice Boulu-Reshef or Yi Zhang.
Guidelines for Participant Compensation
To review the guidelines for paying participants click here. Prior to using the BRAD Lab participant pool for the first time, please consult with Beatrice Boulu-Reshef or Yi Zhang about structuring participant compensation.
Recruiting Participants through Amazon Mechanical Turk
Amazon Mechanical Turk is a platform for recruiting online participants. To download the BRAD Lab guidelines on how to recruit participants and run studies on Amazon Turk, click here.