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APA Handbook of Ethics in Psychology (APA Handbooks in Psychology) e-book

Author:

Samuel J. Knapp,Michael C. Gottlieb,Leon D. VandeCreek,Mitchell M. Handelsman

Language:

English

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Other

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Social Sciences

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1769 kb

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Publisher:

American Psychological Association (APA); 1 edition (September 15, 2011)

Pages:

1036

ISBN:

143381000X

APA Handbook of Ethics in Psychology (APA Handbooks in Psychology) e-book

by Samuel J. Knapp,Michael C. Gottlieb,Leon D. VandeCreek,Mitchell M. Handelsman


Samuel J. Knapp, EdD, ABPP, has been the director of professional affairs for the Pennsylvania Psychological Association since 1987. His primary area of interest is in professional ethics.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Samuel J. His other areas of interest include mental health and well-being, public policy advocacy, and religion and psychology. Series: APA Handbooks in Psychology.

Include handbook chapters in customized course books with APA Custom Course Books. Discussions of ethics in psychology often focus primarily on misconduct, punishment, and legal sanctions, and too often ignore aspirations, values, principles, and virtues. The net effect of this unbalanced approach creates an atmosphere in which psychologists have viewed ethics as unpleasant and frightening, instead of inspiring and uplifting. Psychologists naturally must be concerned about laws, codes, and regulations, but these documents do not constitute the beginning and end of the conversation on ethics.

Samuel J. Knapp, EdD, ABPP, has been the director . He also teaches ethics in the doctoral program in clinical psychology at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and in the graduate program in counseling psychology at Lehigh University. Dr. Knapp is board certified in counseling psychology and is a fellow of APA Division 31 (State, Provincial and Territorial Psychological Association Affairs).

Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, c2012. Significant perspectives presented in the handbook include: Ethics is more than the knowledge of the laws, rules, and regulations that govern the profession and discipline of psychology. Competent psychologists rely on. (source: Nielsen Book Data).

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Start by marking APA Handbook of Ethics in Psychology as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Psychologists naturally must Discussions of ethics in psychology often focus primarily on misconduct, punishment, and legal sanctions, and too often ignore aspirations, values, principles, and virtues.

The general structure of this handbook parallels other handbooks in the new APA Handbooks in Psychology series.

Mitchell M. Handelsman. Continuing professional education in ethics for psychologists is becoming more common, as psychology licensing boards in 14 states now require continuing education in ethics as a condition of licensure renewal. In 2005, the authors (Handelsman, Gottlieb, & Knapp, 2005) proposed that ethics education be conducted based on a model of ethics acculturation. Ethical Issues in Personality Assessment in Forensic Psychology.

Positive Ethics: Themes and Variations 105 Mitchell M. Handelsman, Samuel Knapp, and Michael C. Gottlieb Part Three · Positive Psychology Across the Lifespan 115 12. Resilience in Development 117 Ann S. Masten, ƒ J. Cutuli, J anette E. Herbers, and Marie-Gabrielle J. Reed 13. Positive Psychology for Children and Adolescents: Development, Prevention, and Promotion 133 Keri J. Brown Kirschman, Rebecca J. Johnson, Jade A. Bender, and Michael C. Roberts 14. The Positive Youth Development Perspective: Theoretical and Empirical Bases of a Strengths-Based Approach to Adolescent Development 149 Richar.

APA Handbooks in Psychology: APA handbook of ethics in psychology. Eye on Psi Chi is the newsletter for the international honor society in psychology

APA Handbooks in Psychology: APA handbook of ethics in psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Komarraju, . & Handelsman, M. M. (2012). Preparing to teach: Becoming part of an ethical culture. In R. E. Landrum & M. A. McCarthy (Ed. Teaching ethically: Challenges and opportunities (pp. 191-201). Eye on Psi Chi is the newsletter for the international honor society in psychology. From 2010 to 2012 I wrote a regular ethics column: Do Nice People Make Ethical Psychologists? Sailing the "Seven C's" of Ethics.

Behnke, S. & Jones, S. Ethics and ethics codes for psychologists (2012) In S. Knapp, M. Gottlieb, M. Handelsman, & L. VandeCreek, APA handbook in Psychology: Vol. 1. APA handbook of ethics in psychology: Moral foundations and common themes (pp. 43–74). 43–74) Behnke, S. & Moorehead-Slaughter, Ethics, human rights, and interrogations: The position of the American Psychological Association (2012) In J. H. Laurence & M. D. Matthews (Ed., The Oxford handbook of military psychology (pp. 50–62).

Discussions of ethics in psychology often focus primarily on misconduct, punishment, and legal sanctions, and too often ignore aspirations, values, principles, and virtues. The net effect of this unbalanced approach creates an atmosphere in which psychologists have viewed ethics as unpleasant and frightening, instead of inspiring and uplifting. Psychologists naturally must be concerned about laws, codes, and regulations, but these documents do not constitute the beginning and end of the conversation on ethics. The editors of this 2-volume reference propose that ethics is best viewed as a striving toward the highest ethical ideals, not just as an injunction against rule violation -- a perspective they refer to as "positive ethics" or "active ethics" -- and they encourage psychologists to elevate their ethical observance above the minimal standards found in law and enforceable ethics codes. Against this backdrop, handbook contributors investigate the complexities of ethical behavior in clinical, educational, forensic, health, and "tele-" psychology. Several chapters zero in on the teaching of ethics and on ethically minded research relevant to professionals working in experimental psychology. By comparison with many ethics textbooks, this two-volume handbook covers a wider range of subjects and pursues them in greater detail. For instance, it reflects important recent advances in research and technology that present new opportunities and challenges for practice and scholarship. Also, it takes a serious look into some burgeoning new areas such as life coaching and providing services over the Internet. These are just two examples of developments that present fascinating, novel ethical questions that deserve attention. Significant perspectives presented in the handbook include: * Ethics is more than the knowledge of the laws, rules, and regulations that govern the profession and discipline of psychology. * Competent psychologists rely on

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