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Connections Past and Present:

Bringing our Scientific Influence Into Focus

By Tammy D. Allen, SIOP Past President

This article is based on a portion of the presidential address that was given at the Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Honolulu, May 2013.

Over the past several years, SIOP has directed considerable attention toward efforts intended to increase the visibility of I-O psychology. For example, our new brand logo and tagline are ways to better connect us with the outside world and tools with which we can build and strengthen our influence. Our efforts to become more visible are related to our desire to increase opportunities for our members and to make an impact. This morning I want to talk about impact and visibility in a way I think is different from the usual conversation. I want to consider a different form of connection, the connection between our science and other science domains.…Continue reading in the January issue of TIP here

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