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Psychology Research Guide: Mutimedia

This guide will help you get started on researching topics in psychology. Your librarian can help you further as well.

Multimedia sources

How to cite multimedia sources

Podcast transcript

Cornish, A. (Host). (2017, May 17). This simple puzzle test sealed the fate of immigrants at Ellis Island [Audio podcast transcript]. In All things       

          considered. NPR. http://www.npr.org/templates/transcript/transcript.php?storyId=528813842

Vogt, P. J., & Goldman, A. (Hosts). (2019, June 27). Dark pattern (No. 144) [Audio podcast transcript]. In Reply all. Gimlet

           Media. https://gimletmedia.com/shows/reply-all/6nhgol/144-dark-pattern

 

  • Parenthetical citations: (Cornish, 2017; Vogt & Goldman, 2019)
  • Narrative citations: Cornish (2017) and Vogt and Goldman (2019)
  • The format for a podcast transcript is nearly the same as for a podcast episode (see Example 94 in the Publication Manual). The only difference is that the description after the transcript title is “[Audio podcast transcript]” rather than “[Audio podcast].”
  • Provide the name of the host of the podcast as the author and include their role in parentheses.
  • Provide the specific date of the podcast.
  • Provide the episode number after the title in parentheses. If the podcast does not number episodes, omit the number from the reference.
  • Provide the name of the site that published the transcript (in the examples, NPR and Gimlet Media) and the URL of the transcript.

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