Business Scholars Describe How to Rectify Managerial Malpractice That Discourages Employee Engagement
Professor of management, Gary Carini, and professor of marketing, Mark Dunn, have authored an educational parable that conveys the problems and solutions to managerial malpractice using the perspective of a fly on the wall.
How to Temper Smartphone Overuse
The Philadelphia Tribune: In this piece about curbing smartphone addiction, popular research on the subject by professor of marketing, James Roberts, is referenced.
How People Make Decisions When They Hate to Make Decisions
Innovative Business at Baylor: Ashley Otto, assistant professor of marketing, researches the decision-making process in people who have an aversion to decision-making.
Studies Show That Our Phones Are Wrecking Our Relationships, and Tell Us Something We Don’t Know
Yahoo!: This article makes reference to the findings of a research study by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about the social damage of "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," caused by smartphone addiction.
Ask the Experts: James A. Roberts
Wallet Hub: This page reviews credit cards and includes an "Ask the Experts" section that features the Q&A advice of professor of marketing, James Roberts.
The Phones We Love Too Much
The New York Times: One of the featured experts in this story about societal addiction to smartphones is professor of marketing, James Roberts, whose research with Meredith David found that phone snubbing, or "phubbing," can harm relationships.
Is Your Facebook Obsession Feeding a Personality Disorder?
Reader's Digest: This article discusses the psychological impact of social media, and references research by professor of marketing, James Roberts, about the correlations between clinical narcissism and social media usage.
Smartphone Obsession is Putting Relationships at Risk as More Australians ‘pphub’ Their Partners
News.Com.Au: Professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David are cited in this article about how “phone snubbing,” or “phubbing,” affects nearly fifty-percent of all relationships and causes conflict for twenty-percent of couples.
Sense of Self Affects Opinions and Decision-Making
Innovative Business at Baylor: JaeHwan Kwon, assistant professor of marketing, researches how a person's perception of their own personality affects their opinions and the way they make decisions.
Eye-Tracking Lab Helps Researchers See Underlying Process Behind Results
Ever wonder how you come to make a decision? JaeHwan Kwon, Assistant Professor in the Marketing department, is running eye-tracking studies at Baylor’s Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation. The studies focus on people’s beliefs about the malleability of their personality, and how that belief influences their decision making.