Researchers in the news

Researchers in the news

Why it makes sense to have liquor control boards sell pot
The Globe and Mail, December 16, 2015

Reinforce lessons learned. Offer flexibility and choice. Draw upon built-in rewards. These are some of the hands-on tips Brock University ...
Erie Media, December 14, 2015

Coast to Coast AM
630 CHED Edmonton, December 15, 2015

iNews 880 Edmonton
iNews 880 Edmonton, December 15, 2015

Humana jobb för en hållbar arbetsmarknad | Fria.Nu, December 11, 2015

Flashy bird scarer needs more research
St. Catharines Standard, December 12, 2015

The Brock University-based Water Economics, Policy, and Governance Network (WEPGN) has awarded funds to five researchers across Canada, ...
Erie Media, December 8, 2015

Why China’s artists are making waves, and getting away with it
Macleans, December 9, 2015

Political will needed to address seniors' issues
St. Catharines Standard, December 8, 2015

From courthouse dogs supporting child witnesses to rats sniffing out landmines, the work animals do is diverse and fascinating. Yet we ...
Erie Media, December 8, 2015

Remember naptime as a kid? Those were the good old days, when every afternoon came with a built-in snooze button. But as we graduate into ...
the h2o standard, December 7, 2015

Grape crop stages late season comeback
St. Catharines Standard, December 3, 2015

Teaching players respect, off the ice; The league for top juniors is no stranger to allegations of abuse or sexual assault
The Hamilton Spectator, December 5, 2015

Educating OHLers on respect for women
Guelph Mercury, December 5, 2015

You might not know what you think you know
Pelham News, December 3, 2015

What does Buffalo have that we don't? Tips for the Black Friday shopper
Hamilton Spectator, November 25, 2015

Loonie keeps shoppers from flying south 5 things to know before you shop; Canadians stay home for holiday as travel costs, taxes cancel out discounts offered by retailers
Toronto Star, November 24, 2015

With TPP, the devil is in the detail; Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership warrants close scrutiny to determine who the real beneficiaries would be
Globe and Mail, November 23, 2015

UB, Brock University to collaborate on boosting regional economy - City & Region - The Buffalo News
Buffalo News, November 19, 2015

You might not know what you think you know
St. Catharines Standard, November 21, 2015

Is IP the new protectionism? Canada should be wary
The Globe and Mail, November 20, 2015

Do Bullies Want Love, Not War?
Psychology Today, November 16, 2015

Advice for the Animal Rights Movement Part 2
Psychology Today, November 13, 2015

Nowadays, there is a common belief that violent video games generate violent behaviors. Besides, based on a study made by Ferguson, there ...
Cybersubstantia, November 13, 2015

Beard science: an examination of the power (and hazards) of Movember | Amy Coats
Blogposts | The Guardian, November 13, 2015

Federal-municipal relations have many dimensions
Welland Tribune, November 13, 2015

BPS Research Digest: When anticipating their future needs, children can't see past their current state, November 11, 2015

Ideology Matters (Too Much)
Psychology Today, November 11, 2015

Backwards bicycle - CHCH - Your Superstation
CHCH TV, November 10, 2015

Anti-doping agencies can't keep pace with the science of cheating
CBC.CA News, November 11, 2015

It's time to change the debate on climate
Brantford Expositor, November 10, 2015

Brock University professor builds "backwards bike" to learn how our brains work, extends challenge - Canadian Cycling Magazine, November 9, 2015

Beijing's real reasons behind the summit in Singapore
The Globe and Mail, November 10, 2015

Why your older sibling is smarter than you - BBC News, November 8, 2015

TPP is about many things, but free trade? Not so much
The Globe and Mail, November 9, 2015

CTV News Channel: Presidents of China, Taiwan meet | CTV News, November 8, 2015

Science not enough to get message out
Owen Sound Sun Times, November 3, 2015

LaFleche: Time to change debate on climate
St. Catharines Standard, November 2, 2015; also appearing in Chatham Daily News and the Simcoe Reformer

Last weekend, the strongest hurricane ever recorded slammed the coast of Mexico 
Erie Media, October 31, 2015

How to ration your kids candy - CHCH - Your Superstation 
CHCH TV, October 30, 2015 

Goodbye to the age of ‘little emperors’; Ending the one-child policy was long overdue in a country facing dire social effects and an aging population
The Globe and Mail, October 30, 2015

The realpolitik of Niagara’s economy 
St. Catharines Standard, October 30, 2015

CBC Radio One Whitehorse
CBC Radio One Whitehorse, October 29, 2015

Niagara needs to develop a “knowledge” economy that would build on the region’s strengths, says a new policy brief 
Erie Media, October 29, 2015

Eliminate ‘tap-on, tap-off’ funding
St. Catharines Standard, October 28, 2015