That would never happen to me.
I could never do that. I'm a loving parent.
How could anyone do that?
It's the unthinkable. A parent leaving their child in a hot car. You tell yourself that it would never happen to you. But Dr. Josh Klapow, explains how you could be at a higher risk for leaving your kids in the car than you could ever imagine. And what steps you can take to make sure it never happens to you.
You can hear part one of the Psychology of Heat in the player above, or here. You can hear part 2 of J-P Dice's discussion with Dr. Klapow on next week's episode.
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- Ep. 1 - Storm Anxiety
- Ep. 2 - False Alarms
- Ep. 3 - Forecasting Fears
- Ep. 4 - April 27th Tornadoes
- Ep. 5 - Warning Sirens
- Ep. 6 - Tornado Paths & Storm Chasing
- Ep. 7 - Women in STEM
- Ep. 8 - Alabama Meteorologists
- Ep. 9 - Air Quality
- Ep. 10 - Hurricane Hunter Pilot
- Ep. 11 - Predicting Hurricanes
- Ep. 12 - The Ballad of Wes Wyatt
- Ep. 13 - The Unusual Nature of AL Weather