TOWARD A BOUNDARYLESS PSYCHOLOGY: APPLICATIONS FROM CLINICAL AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY TO I/O PSYCHOLOGY
 
Latham, G., University of Toronto, Canada
 
Specialization in psychology has led to boundaries that minimize the transfer of knowledge among them. Significant advances within these walls occur when we become aware of and build upon theory and empirical research occurring in the other specialties. Examples will be given on ways that social cognitive theory, Meichenbaum's work on functional self-talk, Richardson's work on visualization, and Dweck's work on IPT and goal orientation have advanced theory and research in I/O psychology.