Technology a Productivity Killer for the Team
Human Resources Director Magazine: Research by professors of marketing Meredith David and James Roberts, who found that "boss phubbing" can lead to decreased employee trust and engagement, is cited in this article.
Toys R Us Bites the Dust
Waco Tribune-Herald: Professor of marketing James Roberts is quoted in this article about the closing of Toys R Us stores.
Baylor Professor and Jazz Singer Tyrha Lindsey Joins Waco Jazz Orchestra Show
Waco Tribune-Herald: This story about professor of marketing Tyrha Lindsey-Warren showcases her career and her training as a jazz vocalist. She performs with the Waco Jazz Orchestra on Saturday, March 17.
A 26-Year-Old 'Former Phone Addict' Has Made It His Mission to Wean Millennials From Their Screens — by Sending Them Abroad Without Smartphones
Business Insider: Cited in this article about millennial cell phone usage is the research of professor of marketing James Roberts.
Video: Can You Have Too Many Selfies?
KTBC-TV (FOX): "Good Day Austin" co-hosts discuss research by professor of entrepreneurship Steven Bradley and professor of marketing James Roberts on the impact of social media "likability" among those who post selfies.
Video: Foolish Take: Nearly 80% of Americans Own Smartphones
USA Today: Research by professor of marketing James Roberts shows that the average female college student spends 10 hours a day on their smartphone while the average male spends eight.
Enjoy Travel More by Avoiding Screen Addiction
Born2Invest: Cited in this piece about reducing smartphone addiction is research by professor of marketing James Roberts who found that the average female college student spends 10 hours a day on her smartphone and the average male spends eight hours.
Followers, “Likes,” Attractiveness Increase Social Media Likability. Selfies? Not So Much, Baylor Study Says
WACO, Texas (Feb. 22, 2018) – Maybe you think your Facebook posts are hilarious. Or you might think that Instagram selfie of you at the beach is picture-perfect. And that clever Tweet? You nailed it! But what do other people – your “friends,” “followers” and anyone else who might stumble across your profile – think of you based on your social media presence? Do they really like you?
Audio: Is Phubbing Ruining Trust at Work?
High Performance Leadership Podcast: Professor of marketing James Roberts is interviewed about a range of topics in his expertise, including research he authored with Meredith David about "phubbing," or "phone snubbing," and its ill effects on relationships.
Audio: Consumer and Business News: “Phubbing” Your Valentine
WHAM-AM (NBC): The focus of this story is on research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Emily Hunter that found "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," can damage romantic relationships.