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The field of psychology publishes interesting, important, and potentially life-altering information at a rapid rate, but most research findings rarely reach public awareness. Psychology in Action is an organization formed by UCLA Psychology doctoral students to help ameliorate this issue through scientific communication. Our aim is to elaborate, connect, and help explain psychological research to community members and other interested parties outside of our field. We believe that psychological research is not only for the consumption of other clinicians and researchers, but that our broadest impact in our quest to discover how the mind works, what drives us, and how do we differ from one another, is to make it known to the world outside of academia. As psychology doctoral students, we believe that dissemination of research findings and data in psychological research is critical. We attempt to reach this goal of knowledge dissemination through community outreach events, annual interdisciplinary symposia, and our blog. The writing and content-use on this blog reflects the thoughts and opinions of individual article authors. It should not be considered to be reflective of the opinions, or policies, of any organization or any other individuals aside from those specifically mentioned as contributors.