Ethical conflicts in psychology / Donald N. Bersoff.

Contributor(s): Bersoff, Donald NPublication details: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, c1999Edition: 2nd edDescription: xxiv, 597 p. ; 29 cmISBN: 1557985995 (pbk. : alk. paper); 155798591X (hardcover : alk. paper)Subject(s): Psychology -- Moral and ethical aspects | Psychologists -- Professional ethics | Psychology | Ethics, Professional | Psychologists -- Professional ethics | Psychology -- Moral and ethical aspectsDDC classification: 174/.915 LOC classification: BF76.4 | .E814 1999NLM classification: 1999 I-729 | BF 76.4
Contents:
ch. 1. Ethics codes and how they are enforced -- ch. 2. How ethics are applied -- ch. 3. Learning ethics -- ch. 4. Confidentiality, privilege, and privacy -- ch. 5. Multiple relationships -- ch. 6. Psychological assessment -- ch. 7. Therapy and other forms of intervention -- ch. 8. Academia: research, teaching, and supervision -- ch. 9. Forensic settings - - ch. 10. The business of psychology.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

ch. 1. Ethics codes and how they are enforced -- ch. 2. How ethics are applied -- ch. 3. Learning ethics -- ch. 4. Confidentiality, privilege, and privacy -- ch. 5. Multiple relationships -- ch. 6. Psychological assessment -- ch. 7. Therapy and other forms of intervention -- ch. 8. Academia: research, teaching, and supervision -- ch. 9. Forensic settings - - ch. 10. The business of psychology.