Social psychologist Sarah Hill studies how non-caloric items impact cognition, product choice and response to sugary foods. Read the full story at magazine.tcu.edu.
Month: September 2018
The killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe last year garnered worldwide media attention, but its death is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the tens of thousands of animals felled by poaching each year. However, a challenger to the global issue is emerging in Fort Worth, where a… Read more »
An end-of-the-month bank statement can hold an unpleasant surprise: unauthorized charges stemming from a hacked or stolen card number. “Identity theft is big business,” said Michael Bachmann, an associate professor of criminal justice at Texas Christian University. “We are facing a thriving global online shadow economy with highly organized structures and roles similar to those… Read more »