PAID VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO PARTICIPATE IN EXPERIMENTS!
SIGN UP HERE FOR THE FALL 2011  SEMESTER.

Over the course of the semester, a number of economic experiments will be performed at the Center for Experimental Social Science. The experiments are primarily in individual and group decision-making and universally enjoyed by those who participate in them.

The students who participate will be paid for their participation. The amount paid depends on the experiment run, the decisions made by the subject, and the decision made by the other subjects in the experiment. An earnings rate between $15 and $25 for 1 ½ hours of participation is common although in many experiments students earn much more.

Your participation in the experiment and any information about your earnings will be kept strictly confidential, and your participation is voluntary.
All experiments take place in the C.E.S.S. computer lab on the 5th floor of the NYU Economics Department at 19 W 4th Street.

By registering you will be put on a list of students who will be informed of upcoming experiments as they take place. If you are interested in participating at that time, you will be able to reply. If you are not you just simply ignore the message.

In addition, you should know that thousands of students have done these experiments in the past and have found them rewarding both monetarily and intellectually.