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RESEARCH AND INNOVATION

Social media behaviors linked with generalized anxiety disorder in Texas State study

New research conducted at Texas State University, identifies two social media behaviors — comparing oneself to others who are better off, and posting while drinking alcohol — that are most likely to predict Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD).

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS 

Students receive funding to attend PRSSA International Conference 

CAMPUS COMMUNITY 

Graduate College to host 11th Annual International Research Conference 

STUDENT ACHEIVEMENTS 

Graduate students are conducting research on multiracial students at Texas State

ALUMNI IMPACT 

Distinguished Alumni and Young Alumni Rising Stars to be honored during Homecoming Week

INSIDE TXST

A Message from President Denise M. Trauth Regarding U.S. Department of Education's Program Review

CAMPUS COMMUNITY

Texas State to host Microsoft Community Impact Pitch-Off for second consecutive year 

Is Social Media The Best Place To Get Fitness And Health Advice?

Forbes | November 6, 2019

Tricia J. Burke's research has found that the more exercise-related posts a person saw on social media, the more concerned that individual might feel about their own weight and that could result in an unhealthy body image.


Four San Antonio-area universities among best in U.S. for veterans, rank says

KSAT | November 6, 2019

Texas State University ranks on The Military Times’ list of the best four-year colleges in the U.S. for veterans.


Mysteries Decoded: Vampires of New Orleans

The CW | November 4, 2019

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Dr. Joseph Laycock discusses the origin of vampire legends and the current stigma of practicing vampirism. 


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