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Psychology in Action

I write for Psychology in Action, an organization formed by UCLA Psychology doctoral students. The goal of this organization is to disseminate research to a broader audience and inform our readers about research that is going on in the Psychology Department at UCLA.


Abstract: How did Alzheimer's Disease get its name? Like many words and phrases used in the medical field, this condition is an eponym, or term derived from a person's name. Eponyms are used in many scientific domains, such as biology, physics, and even psychology! Though many of these names have become well-known, others are more unfamiliar to the public and some eponyms may be rooted in unethical research practices. With all of this in mind, are eponyms good for learning?

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Abstract: How important is a candidate's age when deciding who to vote for? This article discusses aging and leadership and provides some insight into what qualities make older adults suitable candidates for leadership positions.

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