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Ethical Practice in Psychology Reflections from the creators of the APS Code of Ethics
By Alfred Allan, Anthony Love
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES / PSYCHOLOGY / PSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS, RESEARCH & STATISTICS /
Close-up insights on how experts in the field are re-interpreting ethical principles to create workable policies for today and tomorrow, from the creators of the 2007 APS Code of Ethics
First cooperative project between Wiley-Blackwell and the APS
Offers a close-up view of how enduring ethical principles are reinvented to ensure lasting relevance in times of modernisation and professional change
Will be an accredited option for APS Professional
Development ¨C the book will be built into PD workshops and also available for PD credits outside that context
Essential reading for those involved in healthcare ethics internationally
Alfred Allan is Professor of Psychology at Edith Cowan University. He is a member of the inaugural Psychology Board of Australia and the former Chair of the Ethics Committee of the Australian Psychological Society. He also chaired the task that reviewed its Code of Ethics. He is also a former Chair of the Ethics Committee of the Psychological Society of South Africa, and a former president of the Australian and New Zealand of currently conducts training on professional ethics, consulting with health professionals and organizations.
Anthony Love is Professor and Head of Psychology at the University of Ballarat. He has published widely in the field of psychology and is the co-author of two books on conflict resolution and negotiation. He has a longstanding interest in professional and research ethics, and is former Deputy Chair of the Ethics Committee of the Australian Psychological Society.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
List of Tables.
Notes on Contributors.
1 Introduction (Alfred Allan).
2 The Development of the 2007 Code (Alfred Allan and Mick Symons).
3 The Functionality of the Australian Psychological Society¡¯s 1997 and 2007 Codes of Ethics (Alfred Allan).
4 Is a Psychologist Always a Psychologist, Ethically? Some Observations Through a Wide Lens (William Warren).
5 The Australian Psychological Society¡¯s 2007 Code of Ethics: An Observer¡¯s Perspective (David Collier).
6 The Principles that Underlie the 2007 Code (Alfred Allan).
7 Consent, Privacy and Confidentiality (Graham R. Davidson, Alfred Allan and Anthony W. Love).
8 The 2007 APS Code in Relation to Professional Ethics Education (Anthony W. Love).
9 Exploration of Psychologists¡¯ Social Responsibilities: How Does the 2007 APS Code of Ethics Measure Up? (Graham R. Davidson).
10 Reviewing the APS Code of Ethics with Young People in Mind (Marie R. Joyce).
11 Boundaries and Multiple Relationships (Sabine Hammond).
12 The Regulation of Sexual Activity Between Psychologists and Their Clients and Former Clients (Alfred Allan and Donald M. Thomson).
13 Looking Forward (Anthony W. Love and Alfred Allan).
Appendix: Code of Ethics.