Media Coverage

CEL research has been widely disseminated in the popular press including in a few of the outlets below:

Ten FSU faculty recognized for inspiring and motivating students

Research featured in the New Yorker

Clayton joins Health Communication editorial board

Clayton joins Media Psychology editorial board

Clayton joins Journal of Communication editorial board

FSU Cognition and Emotion Lab celebrates its 5-year anniversary.

Clayton Named One of Four National Emerging Scholars 

Forbes: Smartphone friend or foe?

Newsweek: Body positivity movement 

Neuroscience News:Plus Sized Fashion Models Improve Women’s Psychological Health

US News & World Report: Women More Likely to Remember Plus-Size Models

PsychCentral: Plus Size Models Can Boost Women’s Mental Health

Food and Drug Administration (FDA): Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposed Collection; Comment Request; Animation in Direct-to-Consumer Advertising

Forbes: FDA Wants To Study Whether Animated Prescription Drug Ads Are Memorable For The Right Reasons 

Drudge Report: How a Selfie could ruin your relationship

YahooNews: Is smartphone addiction real?

USA Today: Most college students can’t imagine life without smartphones

TIME: iPhone seperation

Wall Street Journal: Cellphone as Security Blanket 

 * Note: The above media outlets do not include coverage prior to August 2015. Such coverage includes: Good Morning America, Today Show, NBC, USA Today, CBS News, Time Magazine, and Yahoo! among 350 other national and international media outlets.