DescriptionEthics for Psychologists, 2nd Edition is a comprehensive handbook covering the full range of ethical challenges that confront psychologists in practice and research
- Written for all psychology practitioners and researchers
- Addresses new concerns such as 'whistleblowing', quantifying ethics, and Internet-related issues
- Features greatly expanded section of case studies, resolutions, and work exercises
- Suitable for all English-speaking countries beyond just North America
- Includes guidance on a variety of national ethics codes, including the European Meta-Code of Ethics and the UN Declaration of Human Rights
Part I: Conceptual Issues in Ethics.
1. Background to Ethics.
2. Theories and Explanations.
3. Ethical Gradualism.
Part II: Principles and Codes.
4. Key Principles.
5. Codes and Covenants.
6. Legal Issues.
Part III: Practical Issues in Ethics.
7. Ethical Infrastructures.
8. Identifying the Client.
9. Research Ethics.
Part IV: Decision-Making Issues.
10. Broad Issues of Practice.
11. The Quantification of Ethics.
12. Decision Making.
13. Case Prescriptions.
14. Worked Cases.
15. Further Cases for Consideration .
Appendix I: The European Federation of Psychologists' Associations Meta-Code.
Appendix II: The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
From review of 1st edition:
"This book will prove an invaluable resource to those seeking a broad, cross-national ethical perspective that applies to psychologists across specialities." (Roz Shafran, Behaviour Research and Therapy, vol. 40, 2002)