Researchers in the news

Researchers in the news

Could this be cure for negative campaigning?
The St. Catharines Standard, June 10, 2015

Brock University researchers win Ontario government funding competition
97.7 htz fm , June 9, 2015

Are school dress codes sexist and oppressive?; Thanks to social media, girls in skimpy clothes are the new champions of women's rights
Globe and Mail, June 9, 2015

A Group Of Teens Are Trying To End "Oppressive" Dress Codes In Toronto
Buzzfeed, June 8, 2015

FIFA and the double-edged sword of corporate sponsorship
Globe and Mail, June 5, 2015

Part-time jobs a place for young workers to learn - and get hurt; Haskayne research show teenagers vulnerable to injuries, have little voice in their short-term workplaces
Globe and Mail, June 5, 2015

EDITORIAL: Kinder, gentler recess times
Niagara This Week, June 3, 2015

New research shows 'a little thirst isn't the end of the world'
CBC, June 3, 2015

Forgive and feel better
United Church Observer, June 1, 2015

WATERLOGGED; We tote water bottles to the gym, strap them to our waists, and sip from them at our desks.
Globe and Mail, June 1, 2015

Taking on school dress codes: Teen rebels with a cause
Globe and Mail, June 1, 2015

Early 20th century immigrants faced discrimination
St. Catharines Standard, June 1, 2015

Accursed blackflies only doing their job; While they're eating you alive, think of the good those clouds of critters provide, keeping the food chain intact
Globe and Mail, May 30, 2015

Dress-code rebels send a message; Protests may be sign of social change, experts say
Times Colonist (Victoria), May 30, 2015

Addition of women’s teams in FIFA 16 a huge boost for female sport
the roar, May 29, 2015

Toronto: city of losers
University of Western Ontario Gazette, May 29, 2015

Dress codes have valid purpose: administrators; Say attire must not deviate from school's mission
National Post, May 28, 2015

Also in the Edmonton Journal, Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star

Seeking help in deciphering child thinking
The St. Catharines Standard, May 28, 2015

Brock prof seeks sleep study volunteers
Bullet News Niagara, May 29, 2015

Experts say teens' push against dress codes could be a sign of social change
weyburn review, May 29, 2015

What is Niagara's role on world stage?
The St. Catharines Standard, May 27, 2015

Recess play promotes empathy, combats bullying
Niagara This Week, May 26, 2015

Toolbox: How Important is Hydration?
pezcycling news, May 26, 2015

Canada AM | Video - Watch Canada's Most Watched National Morning News Program - Canada AM, May 23 2015
Also: CTV - CANADA AM, May 22, 2015

Daybreak May 23: Stephen Cheung - Daybreak Alberta - CBC Player
CBC, May 23, 2015

Is the Ontario Federation of Labour in trouble? by am900chml, May 23 2015

Are we over the size-zero model?
The Globe and Mail, May 22, 2015

Canada is a nation, experts say; PQ disagrees
National Post, May 22 2015

Seeking help in deciphering child thinking
Thorold Niagara News, May 21 2015

Coach Quietly Lays Off Its Canadian Part-Time Workers
Huffington Post Canada, May 21 2015

Average-Size Models Could Be Better For Business, Study Says
Huffington Post, May 14 2015

Fired workers caught in tangled web of loopholes; THIRD OF FOUR PARTS Ontario's outdated employment laws don't give anyone protection from wrongful dismissal
Toronto Star, May 18 2015

Sixty years of Eurovision
abc online, May 19 2015

Don't sweat feeling thirsty; A study finds that athletic performance, to an extent, is not unduly affected by dehydration
The Globe and Mail, May 15, 2015

How much do you need to drink – On hydration and performance
Canadian Running, May 19 2015

Hydration and performance: How much do you need to drink?
Triathlon Magazine Canada, May 19 2015

You can ride harder than you think when dehydrated, May 20 2015

Study debunks water myth
The St. Catharines Standard, May 15 2015

Eurovision Song Entries Carry Hidden Political Messages -- Maybe
Groong, May 17 2015

School dress codes 'demeaning' to both sexes
CBC.CA News, May 14 2015

Walkerville Brewery recycles bourbon barrels for beer
Windsor Star, May 13 2015

What good are GO trains without regional transit?
The St. Catharines Standard, May 13 2015

Working fathers are going ‘all in.’ Inside the daddy wars
Chatelaine, May 12, 2015

Sports drinks don't help athletic performance, Canadian study suggests | HEALTH
Toronto Sun, May 12 2015

This article ran in more than a dozen publications all across Canada. Other media outlets include:

New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal, Edmonton Sun, Sudbury Star, Belleville Intelligencer, Orillia Packet and Times, Brockville Recorder and Times, Barrie Examiner, Welland Tribune, St. Catharines Standard, Owen Sound Sun Times, Northumberland Today, Pembroke Observer, Chatham Daily News, Kirkland Lake Northern News,,,,,, Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune, Fort McMurray Today, Stratford Beacon-Herald

Leading off: Down the drain
National Post, May 12 2015

Dehydration does not impair athletic performance: study
The Hamilton Spectator, May 12 2015

Articles also in:, Truro Daily News (NS).

Hydration not connected to performance for athletes: study - Latest Hamilton news, CBC Hamilton, May 12, 2015

Dehydration during sporting events doesn't hurt performance, study finds
newstalk 1290 cjbk - Mon May 11 2015

Is your young child forgetful? Brock University is looking to find out why.
am900chml, May 11, 2015

The daddy wars; Fathers are the unseen victims of the work-life crunch, a growing group argues. And it's time to fight back
Macleans, May 11 2015

Psychopaths feign emotion in order to take advantage of others - Study, May 10 2015

Why the gender wage gap persists; Pay-equity legislation hasn't completely solved the differences, as some employers still favour men over women for promotions
Globe and Mail, May 8, 2015

Children needed by Brock researcher - Erie Media | Erie Media
Erie Media, May 8 2015

Brock researcher examines children’s memory, seeks participants
1057 ezrrock, May 6 2015

Wages for U.S. retail workers begin to climb
Toronto Star, May 6, 2015

Book profiles hidden powers at city hall
Pelham News (and other Sun Media papers), May 6 2015

Asexuality: The Invisible Sexual Orientation That’s Very Real
yahoo! News, May 4 2015

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Brock University marketing professor Kai-Yu Wang published research that shows millennials, the fashion industry’s target consumers, find average size models just as, or even more attractive than the high fashion size zeros. Aired on CHCH TV.