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PRACTICAL ETHICS FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
A Positive Approach. 3rd Edition

Samuel J. Knapp, Ed.D, Leon D. VandeCreek, Ph.D, and Randy Fingerhut, Ph.D
American Psychological Association, 2017

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES The reader will be able to:
Describe foundational ethics theories and codes and apply them to
• competence
• informed consent
• boundaries
• confidentiality
• life-endangering patients
• forensic psychology
• assessment
• therapy
• business
• educators
• supervisors
• and researchers.

The reader will also be able to decribe three models of ethics:
• ethics acculturation
• ethical decision-making
• the quality enhancement

Samuel J. Knapp, ED.D., is the director of professional affairs for the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and has authored numerous books and articles.

Leon D. VandeCreek, Ph.D., is a professor in the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University. Randy Fungerhut, Ph.D, is an associate professor of psychology at La Salle University and the directo of La Sall University's PsyD program in clinical psychology.

Guided by the American Psychological Association?s ?Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct,? this book illustrates how psychologists can actualize their ethical acumen in their daily work. The authors discuss a variety of ethically tricky areas for psychologists, including patient confidentiality and inappropriate relationships, and provide risk-reduction strategies as well as a five-step decision-making model for difficult ethical quandaries.

This third edition of Practical Ethics for Psychologists includes new findings on the science of morality and on working with morally diverse clients, and ethical issues regarding the use of social media and other online communications.

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Guided by the American Psychological Association's "Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct," this book illustrates how psychologists can actualize their ethical acumen in their daily work. The authors discuss a variety of ethically tricky areas for psychologists, including patient confidentiality and inappropriate relationships, and provide risk-reduction strategies as well as a five-step decision-making model for difficult ethical quandaries.

This third edition of Practical Ethics for Psychologists includes new findings on the science of morality and on working with morally diverse clients, and ethical issues regarding the use of social media and other online communications.


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