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Laure Brimbal discusses how children are judged harshly for telling blunt truths with Big Ideas TXST

Laure Brimbal, assistant professor in the School of Criminal Justice and Criminology, joins the Big Ideas TXST podcast to discuss research that shows children are judged more harshly for telling blunt truths than for lies.

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Texas State to hold an emergency exercise on campus December 14

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Newsweek names Texas State among America's Best Online Learning Schools for 2023

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Study shows COVID-related stress major obstacle to sexual desire in romantic relationships

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Texas State prepares for fall 2022 commencement

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Fulbright grant award takes TXST professor to Vietnam

RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Texas State's 'Celestial Sleuth' dates night of inspiration for Georgia O’Keeffe’s first cityscape

Lori Assaf (@Lorizipczop), a professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction @txst, received a… https://t.co/rCofC7eorg
2022-12-07T19:27:43Z
More than 2,800 candidates for bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees are expected to cross the stage during six… https://t.co/L8Vemex3AR
2022-12-07T15:01:07Z

New coronavirus variants rendered the last remaining monoclonal antibody treatment useless
by NBC News · Dec 3, 2022

Dr. Rodney Rohde, chair of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program at Texas State University, said he worries about how immunocompromised patients will fare with fewer treatment options.


COVID-related stress affects people’s sex lives, studies find
by KSAT · Nov 29, 2022

New research, led by Texas State University’s Rhona Balzarini, found that COVID-related stress factors have had a major negative impact on sexual desire around the world.


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