New research has found that people who use video games as a coping mechanism for anxiety are more likely to have symptoms of gaming disorder, and higher levels of stress increased their risk for addiction.
Plant scientists at Iowa State University have shed new light on a genetic pathway that influences both plant growth and disease resistance, making it a promising target for breeding new crop varieties that can fight pathogens without sacrificing performance.
Marcus Credé, assistant professor of psychology, contributed to research that found claims that CEOs are psychopaths to be overblown. Contrary to public perception, they say the relationship between leadership and psychopathy is weak.
Kimberly Moss, coordinator of Iowa State’s biological and premedical illustration program, has created a new health literacy project to give viewers larger-than-life details of different defense mechanisms and cellular relationships in the body.
ISU Theatre opens its season this week with “This Is Not a Pipe Dream,” the first of six productions in 2018-19. With the new season comes a collaborative initiative focusing on empowering citizen artistry.