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Lecture 3

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Krista Phillips

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Lecture 3 Ethics o Ethics is understood as referring to conduct that is considered morally right or morally wrong as specified by codified and culturally ingrained principles, constrains, rules, and guidelines. o Branch of philosophy dealing with values and motives o The rules or standards governing the conduct of a person or group of persons The APA Code of Ethics o Five principles o Respect for persons and their autonomy (independence or freedom) o Obligation not to do psychological or physical harm and to strive to do research that is meaningful or potentially beneficial in advancing knowledge or wellbeing o Pursuit and promotion of justice o Establishment of a relationship of trust between researchers and research participants o Fidelity to professional responsibilities, scientific integrity, and accountability Ethical Standards o Boundaries of Competence o Psychologists provide services only within the boundaries of their competence, based on their education, etc. o Psychologists planning to provide services new to them undertake relevant education, etc. o Delegation of Work to Others o Psychologists who delegate work to others or who use the services of others take reasonable steps to avoid delegating work to persons who have a multiple relationship with those being served, and authorize only responsibilities that such persons can be expected to perform competently on basis of whatever. o Informed consent to research o The researcher tells prospective participants about the study and obtains their written agreement to participate o There are situations in which informed consent is u
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