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What is the Little Experimentalists Program?

the Little Experimentalists Program is an educational program that brings STEM-related academic activities to partner schools.

LABEL Teens is a part of the Little Experimentalists Program, it provides online resources for students who are currently attending middle and high school. 

You will find on this site

  • Information to prepare for college, including links to courses and training programs in STEM related topics.

  • Projects on selected topics around current issues that involve STEM knowledge. These are educational projects conducted by our faculty and our graduate, undergraduate and high school students enrolled in our training programs. 

  • Links to LABEL classroom, a program on decision-making that links knowledge in economics, psychology, neuroscience and biology. It offers a perspective of the current understanding of human behavior and a glimpse at what is taught and researched at the University.

What is LABEL?

the Los Angeles Behavioral Economics Laboratory (LABEL) group at the University of Southern California (USC), a research center dedicated to research on decision-making. We are currently partnering with schools in Los Angeles to conduct experiments investigating decision-making mechanisms during childhood and adolescence. 

Other educational web resources by our group:

LABEL Parents & Teachers Room: Find information about child development and behavioral challenges throughout childhood and adolescence.

LABEL kids: This site offers STEM educational resources and features in-class and at-home projects on selected STEM topics. It is designed for elementary school students.


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