Producing a Radio Show about Psychological Science: The Story of Psychological Frontiers
The authors describe the development of a campus-based radio show about psychological science. The authors’ goals in creating the show were to inform the public about the science of psychology and to create a teaching and learning resource for faculty members and students. The show, Psychological Frontiers, airs twice a week and consists of 2-minute summaries of research and theory. Issues related to show format, medium, and script writing are discussed. The authors also present ways in which they have used this show as an activity in their courses as well as for faculty development.
Teaching of Psychology
Stark, E., Sachau D., & Albertson, D.N. (2012). Producing a Radio Show About Psychological Science: The Story of Psychological Frontiers. Teaching of Psychology, 39 (1), 42-44.
Publisher's Copyright and Source
Copyright © 2012 SAGE Publications on behalf of Society for the Teaching of Psychology. Article published by SAGE Publications in Teaching of Psychology, volume 39, issue number 1, January 2012, pages 42-44. Available online on December 28, 2011: http://doi.org/10.1177/0098628311430311.