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Tag: Lynsey Romo

May 31, 2016

Facebook And Instagram Posts May Help Predict College Students With Alcohol Drinking Problems

Social media like Facebook and Instagram may predict student alcohol abuse, study indicates. Lynsey Romo, Communication, featured. 

May 26, 2016

Money And Love: How Talking About Finances With Your Partner Can Improve A Relationship

Money — or perhaps more accurately, financial stress — has a tendency to make people behave in ways they might not otherwise. Lynsey Romo, communication, featured. 

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May 12, 2016

Navigating Social Drinking

Research led by an NC State communication professor highlights the many ways that former problem drinkers navigate social-drinking situations. 

Apr 20, 2016

Research Into Lean Stigma Gives Undergrad New Insights

Through undergraduate research, NC State communication major Lauren Ray is helping provide insight into how formerly overweight or obese individuals navigate those social barriers. Working as a research assistant with faculty mentor Dr. Lynsey Romo, Ray aided in a study examining the interpersonal challenges of lean stigma and the communicative strategies people use to manage those threats. 

Mar 30, 2016

Study Highlights Link Between Social Media Use and Underage Drinking

The savvier young people are about using social media, the less likely they are to report having alcohol-related problems, according to a recent study co-authored by an NC State communication professor. 

Feb 18, 2016

Study Finds Stigma Regarding Weight Loss May Be Overblown

Research from an NC State communication professor finds that most people who have lost a lot of weight don’t perceive themselves as being “judged” because they used to be overweight or obese — which contradicts earlier research that people were still stigmatized even after reaching a healthy weight. 

Sep 29, 2015

Study Highlights How Former Drinkers Navigate Social Drinking Situations

A small, qualitative study led by an NC State communication professor highlights a wide variety of approaches that former problem drinkers take to determine how and whether to tell people in social situations that they don’t drink.