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90002681Editorial Policy Committee, Council of Biology Editors ; John C Bailar III, chair... [et. al.].ill. ; 23 cm.Part two of this book constitutes the proceedings of a conference held at the National Academy of Sciences in Oct. 1988.Includes bibliographical references.
2nd ed.ill. ; 26 cm.On being an ethical psychologist -- Enforcement of ethical conduct -- Knowing thyself: competence and credentials -- Ethical obligations in psychotherapy -- Ethics in psychotherapy: techniques -- Privacy, confidentiality, and record keeping -- Psychological assessment: testing tribulations -- Multiple role relationships and conflicts of interest -- Attraction, romance, and sexual intimacies -- Money matters and managed care -- Psychologists in the marketplace -- Presenting psychology to the public -- Relationships with colleagues, supervisees, and employees -- Ethical dilemmas in specific work settings: juggling porcupines -- Psychologists in the legal system: tort and retort -- Psychologists as teachers: classroom conundrums -- Scholarly publication and research ethics -- Appendix A: Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct -- Appendix B: Rules and procedures.Table of contents onlyhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0603/97028322-t.htmlContributor biographical informationhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0726/97028322-b.htmlRev. ed. of: Ethics in psychology / Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Gerald P. Koocher. 1st ed. c1985./ Includes bibliographical references and index.National bibliography no: GB98-42858Gerald P. Koocher, Patricia Keith-Spiegel. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 19970626
(OCoLC)ocm29878059edited by Robin Levin Penslar.24 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-267) and indexes.General issues in teaching research ethics -- An introduction to ethical theory -- The professional scientist -- Scientific misconduct: what is it and how is it investigated? -- Authorship and the use of scientific data -- Data alteration in scientific research -- The ethics of genetic screening and testing -- Ethics and eugenics -- Ethical issues in animal experimentation -- Research involving human subjects -- Research involving human subjects: the administration of alcohol -- The ethics of deception in research -- Misconduct in science -- Science and coercion --Behavior control -- The historian's code of ethics -- The use and interpretation of historical documents -- Oral historians meet the media -- Limiting access to scholarly materials: the case of the Dead Sea scrolls -- Faculty-graduate student relations -- Intellectual property.