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**About:** An introduction on how to assess the public’s needs and then how to fulfill them by disseminating open-access psychological science in an attractive and digestible form so that it can reach the most people without any barriers of use. Emma Choplin briefs on the conception of three examples, Telepsychology Guides, Hannah Baker Clinical Vignette, and 13 Reasons Why What We Wish They Knew, that all demonstrate this particular dissemination approach that HGAPS enacts. **Pages Disscussed:** Telepsychology Guide for Clinicians Wikiversity Page Telepsychology Guide for Patients Wikiversity Page Hannah Baker Clinical Vignette on Wikiversity What We Wish They Knew: 13 Reasons Why
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