PExL, the Princeton Experimental Laboratory for the Social Sciences, opened on Friday, February 23rd with inaugural experiments in Matrix Matching.

Under the direction of Professor Leeat Yariv, the PExL laboratory has 25 seats outfitted with Windows laptops, a private experimenter room, and a large flatscreen monitor. It has a dedicated Windows server that has various experimental software pre-installed, and can accommodate other software requirements.

Located in the Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building, the laboratory offers resources for members of the Princeton University community to take part in frontier research in Economics, Finance, Psychology, and Political Science.

Visit the PExL website.

The inaugural group of experimenters