Why We Can't Put Our Smartphones Down - and What it's Doing to Our Relationships
New Atlas: Research on phone snubbing, or "phubbing," published by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, is cited in this article about how smartphones harm relationships.
Video: Is ‘Phubbing’ a Frustration in Your Love Life? You’re Not Alone
CBS Detroit: This video puts a spotlight on research by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about "phubbing," or "phone snubbing," and its harmful effects on relationships.
Are Smartphones Killing the Art of Face-to-Face Conversation? We Ask the Experts
Digital Trends: Professor of marketing, James Roberts, is interviewed in this article about the findings of his research on "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," and its impact on relationships. His research was published in academic publications and in his book: Too Much of a Good Thing: Are You Addicted to Your Smartphone?
Dr. Andrea Dixon Awarded Top Distinction for Research
Dr. Andrea Dixon and research colleagues Dr. James Peltier and Dr. Shannon Cummins (University of Wisconsin-Whitewater) will receive the Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing’s Outstanding Paper distinction for their 2016 work "Omni-channel Research Framework in the Context of Personal Selling and Sales Management: A Review and Research Extensions.”
Toronto School Bans Cellphones from Class
The Star: Professor of marketing, James Roberts, whose published research on "phone snubbing" and phone addiction prompted The Star to reach out to him for comment for this article about a Toronto school banning cellphones in class.
What the Heck is… Phubbing?
The Memo: Referenced in this piece about "phubbing" is the research by Baylor Business professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, that discovered its negative impact on relationships.
2017’s Best Places for Valentine’s Day
Meredith David, assistant professor of Marketing, answers WalletHub's questions about Valentine's Day.
Beware of Digital Gluttony
Catholic Digest: This helpful article cites seven tips from professor of marketing, James Roberts', book about phone addiction and how to control your digital habits: "Too Much of a Good Thing: Are You Addicted to Your Smartphone?"
Don’t Be Rude: Put Down the Cellphone When You’re Talking to Friends
The Tribune (San Luis Obispo): Discussed in this column are the impacts of "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," a term coined by Baylor professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David, who research the subject.
Do Passionate, Excited Fans Post on Social Media More?
Innovative Business at Baylor: Kirk Wakefield, the Edwin W. Streetman Professor of Retail Marketing and the Executive Director for the Center for Sports Sponsorship & Sales (S3), and Robin Wakefield, associate professor of information systems, have researched the affect of fans’ passion on the frequency of their social media usage in relation to their favorite brand.