This text is an up-to-date guide for psychology students and psychologists who are expected to have a comprehensive understanding of ethical theories, ethical research and ethical practice. Written and edited by academics and practitioners who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in teaching, researching and monitoring ethical practice, this text provides psychology students and practising psychologists with a contemporary understanding of the ethical and professional issues that impact on their practice as psychologists. Each chapter contains relevant vignettes or short cases, which are then further discussed. Additionally each chapter ends with a brief section called 'reflection' which comprises three questions for readers to reflect on, based on the key issues addressed.
Author: Shirley Morrissey, Prasuna Reddy, Graham Davidson, Alfred Allan
Publication Date: 4th March 2015
Edition: 2nd Edition
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