Teaching ethics to future psychologists: Challenges and the model of an experience of a college psychology professor in a developing country

TitleTeaching ethics to future psychologists: Challenges and the model of an experience of a college psychology professor in a developing country
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsQuayle, J
JournalCounselling Psychology Quarterly
Volume22
Issue1
Pagination97-104
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number09515070
Accession Number41880538
Keywords& , -- , ACTIVE , COLLEGE , countries; , culture; , Developing , eth , ethics , ETHICS; , Human , in , methodologies , PBL; , POPULAR , professional , PSYCHOLOGY , psychology; , Rights; , Study , teachers; , teaching , teaching;
AbstractThe author discusses some methodologies and strategies that can be used in teaching professional ethics to psychology students. These include using active methodologies and realistic situations help fill the gap between theories, ethical codes and everyday situations, and their critical employment prepare students to deal with daily ethical problems and to promote their consciousness of the rights and dignity of the individuals they interact with on a professional basis.
NotesQuayle, Julieta 1; Email Address: jquayle@uol.com.br; Affiliation: 1: Department of Psychology, Universidade Anhembi Morumbi - UAM, Laureate International Universities, Sao Paulo, Brazil.; Source Info: Mar2009, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p97; Subject Term: ETHICS; Subject Term: PSYCHOLOGY -- Study & teaching; Subject Term: COLLEGE teachers; Subject Term: PROFESSIONAL ethics; Subject Term: PSYCHOLOGY teachers; Subject Term: HUMAN rights; Subject Term: POPULAR culture; Subject Term: STUDY & teaching; Subject Term: DEVELOPING countries; Author-Supplied Keyword: active methodologies in teaching psychology; Author-Supplied Keyword: ethics in psychology; Author-Supplied Keyword: PBL; Author-Supplied Keyword: teaching ethics and human rights; Number of Pages: 8p; Document Type: Article
DOI10.1080/09515070902761172
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