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Ethics in Psychology : Professional Standards and Cases

By: Khoocher, Gerald P.
Contributor(s): Keith-Spiegel, Patricia.
BBDD: Libros Publisher: New York Oxford University Press 1998Edition: 2ª ed.Description: 502 p.ISBN: 0195092015.Clasificación(es): 3300 Temas profesionalesInteresa: Temas profesionalesDescriptor(es): Estudio de casos | Ejercicio profesional | Psicología | Deontología | ÉticaTipo de documento: Técnico
Contents:
1. On being an ethical psychologist. 2. Enforcement of ethical conduct. 3. Knowing thyself: Competence and credentials. 4. Ethical obligation in psychotherapy. 5. Ethics in psychotherapy: Techniques. 6. Privacy, confidentiality, and record keeping. 7. Psychological assessment: Testing tribulations. 8. Multiple role relationships and conflicts of interest. 9. Attraction, romance, and sexual intimacies. 10. Money matters and managed care. 11. Psychologists in the marketplace. 12. Presenting psychology to the public. 13. Relationships with colleagues, supervises, and employees. 14. Ethical dilemmas in specific work settings: juggling porcupines. 15. Psychologists in the legal system: Tort and retort. 16. Psychologists as teachers: classroom conundrums. 17. Scholarly publication and research ethics. Appendix A: Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct. Appendix B: Rules and procedures. Index
Destinatario: Investigadores-Profesionales
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1. On being an ethical psychologist. 2. Enforcement of ethical conduct. 3. Knowing thyself: Competence and credentials. 4. Ethical obligation in psychotherapy. 5. Ethics in psychotherapy: Techniques. 6. Privacy, confidentiality, and record keeping. 7. Psychological assessment: Testing tribulations. 8. Multiple role relationships and conflicts of interest. 9. Attraction, romance, and sexual intimacies. 10. Money matters and managed care. 11. Psychologists in the marketplace. 12. Presenting psychology to the public. 13. Relationships with colleagues, supervises, and employees. 14. Ethical dilemmas in specific work settings: juggling porcupines. 15. Psychologists in the legal system: Tort and retort. 16. Psychologists as teachers: classroom conundrums. 17. Scholarly publication and research ethics. Appendix A: Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct. Appendix B: Rules and procedures. Index

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