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The Center for Neuroeconomics Studies is a research laboratory at the Claremont Colleges that studies how people make decisions. Our research uses a range of methods from neuroscience, economics, and psychology.

Each study is unique and your participation time may range from 30 minutes to 2 hours. Compensation depends on the length of the study, methods, and the decisions you make and ranges between $15 and $100.  

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The lab is on the southwest corner of Foothill and Dartmouth.