Research in the News
Professor Robert Salomon's research on the influence of reputation in sports
— July 9, 2015
Excerpt from Psychology Today -- "Researchers David Waguespack and Robert Salomon examined whether 'reputationally-privileged' athletes (that is, athletes who had been successful in previous competitions, or those from countries with a track record of athletic excellence) were more likely to succeed at the Olympic Games than lesser-known athletes. What they found is fascinating, and has implications inside and out of the sports world."