An article written by Zoe Oxley, professor of Political Science, and her research collaborators was recently published by Public Opinion Quarterly. The article, “Children’s Views of the American Presidency,” presents findings from their study of childhood political socialization. Another article from this project (“100 Years of Suffrage and Girls Still Struggle to Find Their ‘Fit’ in Politics”) will be published in the July edition of PS: Political Science and Politics as part of that journal’s special symposium on the 19th Amendment.
Twitty Styles, professor emeritus of biology, authored a guest column in the May 11 edition of the Daily Gazette titled "Bats aren't the only animals that spread disease."
An article co-authored by Catherine Walker, assistant professor of psychology, appeared in Eating and Weight Disorders. The piece was titled “Vegetarians and Omnivores with Diagnosed Eating Disorders Exhibit No Difference in Symptomology.” Learn more here.
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