The psychology professor says addiction, pain and frustration have something in common.
An associate professor’s work explores how industrialization and gender roles disrupted power structures in modern Egypt.
Collaborations set the stage for TCU actors’ careers.
Layne Craig examines reproductive autonomy between the world wars.
Subjects of 1957 Army drawings find new life in Nicholas Bontrager’s work.
Art historian Lori Boornazian Diel decodes the story of Spanish invasion and the struggle to find a new identity after defeat.
When sensitive information gets hacked, Joshua Bentley says it’s important for corporations to iterate four elements.
Professor Jeffery Coffer doesn’t allow frustration to get in the way of solving a riddle.
Political scientist Adam Schiffer unpacks the bias charge against the media.
Catherine Coleman investigates the link between marketing campaigns and inequalities women experience in economic markets.