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Followers, “Likes,” Attractiveness Increase Social Media Likability. Selfies? Not So Much, Baylor Study Says
[2/22/2018]
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?
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Audio: Is Phubbing Ruining Trust at Work?
[2/19/2018]
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.
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Audio: Consumer and Business News: “Phubbing” Your Valentine
[2/11/2018]
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.
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Obsessed With Following the Rules? That’s Probably Stressing out Your Staff
[2/11/2018]
Moneyish: Professors of management Matthew Quade, Sara Perry and Emily Hunter published research that found that rigid rule-following ethical leadership can stress out employees and lead to turnover and deviance.
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Video: Tech Talker: "Phubbing" Your Valentine
[2/9/2018]
WTHR-TV (NBC): More than 100 NBC affiliates throughout the country have aired this story that centers on research from Baylor Business professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David that confirms that cellphones are damaging romantic relationships and leading to higher levels of depression.
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America Has a Phone Addiction Problem
[2/8/2018]
MSN Lifestyle: This story references the research of James Roberts, professor of marketing at Baylor Business, who found that among college students the average female spends 10 hours a day on her smartphone and the average male spends eight.
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Ethical Leadership Can Have Negative Consequences, Researchers Say
[2/7/2018]
Phys.org: Professors of management Matthew Quade, Sara Perry and Emily Hunter surveyed 609 employees across two studies and found that ethical leadership plus job and boss-related stresses can lead to employee turnover and deviance.
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Audio: Is Your Boss Guilty of Phubbing?
[2/6/2018]
WWJ-AM (CBS Detroit): Business editor for WWJ-AM Radio in Detroit, Murray Feldman, reviews research by professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David on supervisors who "phub," or "phone snub," and this behavior's impact on employee loyalty and performance.
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Ethical Leadership Can Have Negative Consequences, Baylor University Researchers Say
[2/6/2018]
ScienMag: New research by professors of management Matthew Quade, Sara Perry and Emily Hunter shows that even under ethical leadership if work or supervisors stress employees out it can lead to employee deviance and turnover.
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Ethical Leadership Can Have Negative Consequences, Baylor University Researchers Say
[1/31/2018]
WACO, Texas (Jan. 31, 2018) – Ethical leadership is a good thing, right? Certainly, management experts say. But ethical leadership can have negative consequences, too, according to new research from management faculty in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business.
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