Psychology Book Bingo: Summer 2021

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Summer 2021: June 1 to August 31

Sports psychology

Recommended by a member of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology

History of psychology

Written by a person with a disability

Recommended by a colleague at your institution

Written by a BIPOC psychologist



On your shelf


Written by a person diagnosed with a psychological disorder

Written by a person who identifies as transgendered

Stress & coping



Prejudice & discrimination


Written by an APA 2021 keynote speaker

I/O psychology

Written by a psychologist who works outside the U.S.

Social justice/activism

Comparative psychology

Cultural psychology


Science that is not psychology

Written by a psychologist under the age of 40

Sensation & perception


Created by Sue Frantz                                              

Read books that match the categories. Only one book per category. Write in the author’s name and title of the book in the box. A bingo is 5 across, 5 down, or 5 diagonally. How many bingos can you get? If you read 24 books—one that matches each category--that’s a blackout. Congratulations!

Between August 31 and September 6, share your completed bingo cards to the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Facebook group or Twitter using hashtag #psychbookbingo. Happy reading!

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About the Author
Sue Frantz has taught psychology since 1992. She has served on several APA boards and committees, and was proud to serve the members of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology as their 2018 president. In 2013, she was the inaugural recipient of the APA award for Excellence in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at a Two-Year College or Campus. She received in 2016 the highest award for the teaching of psychology--the Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching of Psychology Award. She presents nationally and internationally on the topics of educational technology and the pedagogy of psychology. She is co-author with Doug Bernstein and Steve Chew of Teaching Psychology: A Step-by-Step Guide, 3rd ed. and is co-author with Charles Stangor on Introduction to Psychology, 4.0.