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Privacy policy


All participants in experiments taking place at the Curtin Experimental Economics Laboratory (CEEL) are provided with information about the relevant privacy policyin connection with each unique experiment.

Generally, CEEL research ethics responsibilities include the proper safeguarding of potentially sensitive data collected during an experiment.

CEEL takes the following steps to meet confidentiality requirements:

  • All data collected during recruitment is stored on a server that is accessible only to CEEL research staff. These data are used only for the purpose of recruiting subjects to participate in CEEL experiments.
  • All personally-identifying data collected during an experiment (e.g., your name) is processed according to the approved ethics document of the respective study. Usually, any personal information is replaced with a code number, and the list linking code numbers to personally-identifying data is kept separate from the experimental data.
  • All participant forms containing personally-identifying information (e.g., informed consent) are stored in secure locations.
  • As a participant you may request to be removed from the CEEL database at any time by sending a message to CEEL@curtin.edu.au

Futher, as a participant at the Curtin Experimental Economics Laboratory, it is your right to lodge a complaint if you believe that sensitive information about you collected during an experiment has not actually been kept confidential. Such complaints can be delivered to the Curtin Ethics, Equity & Social Justice (EESJ) Office, Email: eesj@curtin.edu.au ; tel: +61 8 9266 1030.




For questions please contact CEEL@curtin.edu.au.