Political Rap Music Can Influence Black Feminist Attitudes. In this image, a young African American woman listens to music with headphones.
Study Explores How Political Rap Music Can Influence Black Feminist Attitudes
Published February 6, 2019 in News Hub
Exposure to political rap music can affect listeners’ attitudes about women and black feminism, a new study by a Georgia State University political scientist has found.
Study: Females Find Social Interactions To Be More Rewarding Than Males
Published January 30, 2019 in News Hub
Females find same-sex social interactions to be more rewarding than males, and females are more sensitive to the rewarding actions of oxytocin (OT) than males, according to a research study led by Georgia State University on the brain mechanisms that determine the rewarding properties of social interactions.
Researchers are exploring how to use drones to fight wildfires. This is an image of a drone flying in a bright orange sky at sunset.
Researcher Leads Project To Explore Use Of Drones To Fight Wildfires
Published January 23, 2019 in News Hub
A Georgia State computer science researcher and his collaborators have been awarded a $1.2 million federal grant to develop the use of drones in wildfire management.

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Political Rap Music Can Influence Black Feminist Attitudes. In this image, a young African American woman listens to music with headphones.
Study Explores How Political Rap Music Can Influence Black Feminist Attitudes
Published February 6, 2019 in News Hub
Exposure to political rap music can affect listeners’ attitudes about women and black feminism, a new study by a Georgia State University political scientist has found.
Study: Females Find Social Interactions To Be More Rewarding Than Males
Published January 30, 2019 in News Hub
Females find same-sex social interactions to be more rewarding than males, and females are more sensitive to the rewarding actions of oxytocin (OT) than males, according to a research study led by Georgia State University on the brain mechanisms that determine the rewarding properties of social interactions.
Researchers are exploring how to use drones to fight wildfires. This is an image of a drone flying in a bright orange sky at sunset.
Researcher Leads Project To Explore Use Of Drones To Fight Wildfires
Published January 23, 2019 in News Hub
A Georgia State computer science researcher and his collaborators have been awarded a $1.2 million federal grant to develop the use of drones in wildfire management.

Featured Researchers