True Friendships in Decline
San Antonio Express News: The New York Times syndicated columnist David Brooks refers to a study by James Roberts, professor of marketing, which found college women spend on average 10 hours per day on their phones.
Intimacy for the Avoidant
The New York Times: Columnist David Brooks cites research from James Roberts, professor of marketing, about cell phone addiction to discuss how it decreases peoples' ability to form deep friendships.
Recharge Your Battery
Business Review Podcast: New research shows taking short breaks during the work day boosts energy, productivity and job satisfaction.
Food Sensitivities: Wrong Food Habit May Damage Diet Plan
Huffington Post: Meredith David, assistant professor of Marketing, was lead author on a study about dieter behaviors and diet plans referenced in this article.
Don't Worry, Be Happy
Catholic Digest: A Baylor University study co-authored by James Roberts, the holder of the Ben H. Williams Professorship in Marketing, is mentioned in this article.
Is Cell Phone Addiction Real?
Inside Higher Ed: This page links to a podcast from Academic Minute in which professor of Marketing, James A. Roberts, is interviewed about his study on cellphone addiction.
8 Habits That Make 20-Somethings Anxious and Unproductive
Business Insider: This article references a study by professor of Marketing, James A. Roberts, about cellphone addiction in relation to habits of 20-somethings.
The Art of Taking Breaks at Work
Van Winkle's: An article that explores and references research on workplace breaks and productivity by associate professors of Management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu.
As Healthcare Execs Stress Over 'Competition From Other Providers,' A Remedy For 'Cognitive Tunneling'
D Healthcare Daily: An article about 'cognitive tunneling' written by professor of Management and associate dean for Graduate Business Programs.
As Our Homes Get Smarter 'It Could Become Incredibly Easy to Spend Money'
Financial Post: An article detailing future results of consumer behavior with smart devices in the home. James A. Robert, Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, is cited.