Publications

The following is a list CPAS publications for the last 10 years. For older publications please visit the archive page. When working with government and industry partners, CPAS researchers often publish formal research reports outside the peer-reviewed literature to enhance their accessibility to stakeholders and publics. Read more about CPAS research reports.

2013

Popular media

Selected media coverage

2012

Book chapters

  • Bryant, C. (2012). Science Circus. In Gunstone, R. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Science Education. Springer, online. Print version forthcoming 2014.
  • Orthia, L.A. (2012). Science Fiction. In Gunstone, R. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Science Education. Springer, online. Print version forthcoming 2014.
  • Stocklmayer, S.M. (2012). Science Communication. In Gunstone, R. (Ed). Encyclopedia of Science Education. Springer, online. Print version forthcoming 2014.

Refereed journal papers

  • Orthia, L.A., Dobos, A.R., Guy, T., Kan, S.Z., Keys, S.E., Nekvapil, S., & Ngu, D.H.Y. (2012). How do people think about the science they encounter in fiction? Science students investigate using The Simpsons. International Journal of Science Education Part B: Communication and Public Engagement 2(2): 149-174.
  • Stocklmayer, S., Rayner, J.P., & Gore, M.M. (2012) Changing the order of Newton's Laws - Why & how the Third Law should be first. The Physics Teacher, 50(7): 406-409.
  • Stocklmayer, S.M., & Bryant, C. (2012). Science and the public – what should people know? International Journal of Science Education B: Communication and Public Engagement, 2, 81-101.

Conference presentations

Popular media

Pages