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"Ethical Conflicts in Psychology" will help both present and future psychologists develop sensitivity to the ethical aspects of their field; leaving them more considerate, critical, and skeptical about their own behavior and the ethical constraints under which they work. Topics addressed range from how ethics are best learned and integrated to such issues as confidentiality and supervision.

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Following a review of sanctioned ethics codes and procedural guidelines of the American Psychological Association, ten chapters focus on substantive issues in ethics for scientists, practitioners, and academicians alike. Topics addressed range from how ethics are best learned and integrated to such issues as confidentiality, privilege, and privacy; multiple relationships; assessment; research, teaching, and supervision; forensics; and the business of practice. Each chapter is structured around relevant articles from the psychological literature, and is introduced by editor Bersoff. Paper edition (unseen), $39.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Reviewer: Peter B. Zeldow, PhD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This large book contains 10 "chapters" that include articles (often abridged), introductory remarks and commentary by the editor, and occasional legal decisions and policy documents in the areas of psychological assessment, psychotherapy, forensics, research, teaching, and supervision. The editor has made a particular effort to represent multiple viewpoints on each topic.
Purpose: The author's worthy objective is to develop the sensitivity of psychologists to the ethical dimensions of their work by introducing them to the "formal and enforceable documents that regulate professional, scientific, and academic conduct." The book definitely fulfills its objective.
Audience: The book is intended for graduate students in psychology and for psychologists in teaching, practice, and research settings. It is ideally suited for ethics and professional issues courses in psychology. The author, former counsel to the American Psychological Association (APA), is both a psychologist and attorney, and is a most credible authority.
Features: In addition to the articles and author's notes mentioned above, the book includes important documents of the APA pertaining to the care of laboratory animals, guidelines for child custody evaluations, sex role stereotyping, and cultural diversity. The ethical principles, rules, and procedures, and bylaws of the APA are also reproduced or excerpted.
Assessment: This is an excellent reference work and textbook. It is up-to-date, comprehensive, and carefully edited. It will be useful to all psychologists and belongs in all health sciences libraries.
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Reviewer: Peter B. Zeldow, PhD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: This large book contains 10 "chapters" that include articles (often abridged), introductory remarks and commentary by the editor, and occasional legal decisions and policy documents in the areas of psychological assessment, psychotherapy, forensics, research, teaching, and supervision. The editor has made a particular effort to represent multiple viewpoints on each topic.
Purpose: The author's worthy objective is to develop the sensitivity of psychologists to the ethical dimensions of their work by introducing them to the "formal and enforceable documents that regulate professional, scientific, and academic conduct." The book definitely fulfills its objective.
Audience: The book is intended for graduate students in psychology and for psychologists in teaching, practice, and research settings. It is ideally suited for ethics and professional issues courses in psychology. The author, former counsel to the American Psychological Association (APA), is both a psychologist and attorney, and is a most credible authority.
Features: In addition to the articles and author's notes mentioned above, the book includes important documents of the APA pertaining to the care of laboratory animals, guidelines for child custody evaluations, sex role stereotyping, and cultural diversity. The ethical principles, rules, and procedures, and bylaws of the APA are also reproduced or excerpted.
Assessment: This is an excellent reference work and textbook. It is up-to-date, comprehensive, and carefully edited. It will be useful to all psychologists and belongs in all health sciences libraries.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591470519
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Edition description: 3rd Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 6002
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Introduction
Ethical Dilemmas Encountered by Members of the American Psychological Association: A National Survey 3
Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct 28
Bylaws of the American Psychological Association 46
Rules and Procedures (October 1, 2001) 48
The Failure of Clinical Psychology Graduate Students to Apply Understood Ethical Principles 77
Ethics of Practice: The Beliefs and Behaviors of Psychologists as Therapists 81
Ethical Ambiguities in the Practice of Child Clinical Psychology 99
Ethical Decision Making and Psychologists' Attitudes Toward Training in Ethics 106
Ethical Dilemmas in Psychological Practice: Results of a National Survey 110
When Laws and Values Conflict: A Dilemma for Psychologists 118
Problems With Ethics Training by "Osmosis" 126
Integrating Psychology and Philosophy in Teaching a Graduate Course in Ethics 129
Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists 132
Introduction to the Special Section: Ethics Education - An Agenda for the '90s 135
Ethics and the Professional Practice of Psychologists: The Role of Virtues and Principles 140
The Virtue of Principle Ethics 145
Navigating the Nuances: A Matrix of Considerations for Ethical-Legal Dilemmas 148
Privacy, Confidentiality, and Privilege in Psychotherapeutic Relationships 157
Privacy and Confidentiality in Psychotherapy 162
Therapists as Protectors and Policemen: New Roles as a Result of Tarasoff? 165
Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California (Tarasoff II) 167
Some Contrarian Concerns About Law, Psychology, and Public Policy 172
Limiting Therapist Exposure to Tarasoff Liability: Guidelines for Risk Containment 176
Outpatient Psychotherapy With Dangerous Clients: A Model for Clinical Decision Making 183
Confidentiality With Minor Clients: Issues and Guidelines for Therapists 190
Reframing the Confidentiality Dilemma to Work in Children's Best Interests 195
HIV, Confidentiality, and Duty to Protect: A Decision-Making Model 198
Until Death Do Us Part: An Exploration Into Confidentiality Following the Death of a Client 203
Multiple Relationships: Does the New Ethics Code Answer the Right Questions? 209
The Concept of Boundaries in Clinical Practice: Theoretical and Risk-management Dimensions 214
Explicit Ambiguity: The 1992 Ethics Code as an Oxymoron 222
Nonromantic, Nonsexual Posttherapy Relationships Between Psychologists and Former Clients: An Exploratory Study of Critical Incidents 225
How Certain Boundaries and Ethics Diminish Therapeutic Effectiveness 233
Concrete Boundaries and the Problem of Literal-Mindedness: A Response to Lazarus 236
The Ethics of Dual Relationships in Higher Education 239
Multiple Role Relationships During Internship: Consequences and Recommendations 242
The Current State of Sexual Ethics Training in Clinical Psychology: Issues of Quantity, Quality, and Effectiveness 246
Avoiding Exploitative Dual Relationships: A Decision-Making Model 249
Criminalization of Psychotherapist-Patient Sex 252
Remediation for Ethics Violations: Focus on Psychotherapists' Sexual Contact With Clients 256
The Validity and the Ethics of Assessment 263
The Legal Regulation of School Psychology 266
Ethical Issues and Cases in the Practice of Personnel Psychology 269
APA's Guidelines for Test User Qualifications: An Executive Summary 271
Ethical Issues in Testing and Evaluation for Personnel Decisions 276
Detroit Edison Co. v. National Labor Relations Board 280
Confidentiality of Industrial Psychological Tests 281
Statement on the Disclosure of Test Data 283
Strategies for Private Practitioners Coping With Subpoenas or Compelled Testimony for Client Records or Test Data 288
Ethical and Professional Considerations in Psychological Assessment 293
The Ethical Practice of School Psychology: A Rebuttal and Suggested Model 296
Legal Issues in Computerized Psychological Testing 300
Computerized Clinical Psychological Test Interpretations: Unvalidated Plus All Mean and No Sigma 303
Online Assessment: Desirable or Dangerous? 305
Practical and Ethical Issues in Teaching Psychological Testing 308
Rights of Clients, Responsibilities of Therapists 317
The Responsible Psychotherapist 323
Risk Management With the Suicidal Patient: Lessons From Case Law 331
Ethical and Legal Considerations in Marital and Family Therapy 335
Ethical Issues in Rural Mental Health Practice 344
Dual-Relationship Dilemmas of Rural and Small-Community Psychologists 347
Guidelines for Therapy With Women 353
Guidelines for Psychotherapy With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients 355
Guidelines for Providers of Psychological Services to Ethnic, Linguistic, and Culturally Diverse Populations 357
Psychotherapy by Telephone: Risks and Benefits for Psychologists and Consumers 362
Ethical and Legal Issues in E-Mail Therapy 366
Psychologists' Ethical Responsibilities in Internet-Based Groups: Issues, Strategies, and a Call for Dialogue 372
Ethical Perspectives in Clinical Research 379
Science and Ethics in Conducting, Analyzing, and Reporting Psychological Research 382
Policy for Protection of Human Research Subjects 390
Empirical Studies of Ethical Issues in Research: A Research Agenda 398
Informed Consent for Psychological Research: Do Subjects Comprehend Consent Forms and Understand Their Legal Rights? 403
Deception Methods in Psychology: Have They Changed in 23 Years? 406
Deception in Research: Distinctions and Solutions From the Perspective of Utilitarianism 408
Informed Consent and Deception in Psychotherapy Research: An Ethical Analysis 416
Researching Ethically With Human Subjects in Cyberspace 420
Guidelines for Ethical Conduct in the Care and Use of Animals 424
Ethical Issues in the Supervision of Student Research: A Study of Critical Incidents 429
Black and White and Shades of Gray: A Portrait of the Ethical Professor 436
Use and Then Prove, or Prove and Then Use? Some Thoughts on the Ethics of Mental Health Professionals' Courtroom Involvement 445
Reclaiming the Integrity of Science in Expert Witnessing 446
When Is an "Expert" an Expert? 447
Competence and Quality in the Performance of Forensic Psychologists 449
Guidelines for Child Custody Evaluations in Divorce Proceedings 456
The Experimental Psychologist in Court: The Ethics of Expert Testimony 461
Experimental Psychologist as Advocate or Impartial Educator 464
Psychologists and the Judicial System: Broader Perspectives 468
Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychologists 471
Expert Opinion 480
Irreconcilable Conflict Between Therapeutic and Forensic Roles 482
Role Conflicts in Coercive Assessments: Evaluation and Recommendations 490
Role Conflict in Forensic Clinical Psychology: Reply to Arcaya 494
Estelle v. Smith 496
Is It Unethical to Offer Predictions of Future Violence? 499
Some Contrarian Concerns About Law, Psychology, and Public Policy 506
Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc 509
On Being Ethical in Legal Places 512
The Commerce of Professional Psychology and the New Ethics Code 517
Record Keeping Guidelines 520
Thorough Record Keeping: A Good Defense in a Litigious Era 523
HIPAA: Federal Regulation of Healthcare Records 526
APA and the FTC: New Adventures in Consumer Protection 529
Legal Liability and Managed Care 535
Managed Outpatient Mental Health Plans: Clinical, Ethical, and Practical Guidelines for Participation 540
Considerations for Ethical Practice in Managed Care 545
Parameters of Managed Mental Health Care: Legal, Ethical, and Professional Guidelines 561
Index 563
About the Author 573
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