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Ethical conflicts in psychology, Eric Y. Drogin

Label
Ethical conflicts in psychology
Title
Ethical conflicts in psychology
Statement of responsibility
Eric Y. Drogin
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Drogin, Eric York
Dewey number
174/.915
Index
index present
LC call number
BF76.4
LC item number
.D76 2019
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Psychology
  • Psychologists
  • Ethics, Professional
  • Psychology
  • Psychologists
  • Psychology
  • Berufsethik
  • Ethik
  • Psychologie
  • Psychotherapie
Label
Ethical conflicts in psychology, Eric Y. Drogin
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Randolph B. Pipes, Jaymee E. Holstein, and Maria G. Aguirre
  • Bylaws of the American Psychological Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • Rules and procedures : October 1, 2001
  • Ethics committee of the American Psychological Association
  • Professional practice guidelines : guidance for developers and users
  • American Psychological Association
  • How ethics are applied
  • Ethical decision making in mental health contexts : representative models and an organizational framework
  • R. Rocco Cottone
  • Ethics codes and how they are enforced
  • Ethical ambiguities in the practice of child clinical psychology
  • Carole I. Mannheim, Michael Sancilio, Susan Phipps-Yonas, Donald Brunnquell, Peter Somers, Geoganne Farseth, and Fred Ninonuevo
  • Practical ethics
  • Jeffrey N. Younggren
  • Ethics of practice : the beliefs and behaviors of psychologists as therapists
  • Kennrth S. Pope, Barbra G. Tabachnick, and Patricia Keith-Spiegel
  • The ethical decision-making model
  • Samuel J. Knapp, Michael Gottieb, Jason Berman, and Mitchell M. Handelsman
  • Learning ethics
  • Training ethical psychologists : an acculturation model
  • A short history of the development of APA's ethics codes
  • Mitchell M Handelsman, Michael C. Gottieb, and Samuel Knapp
  • Some principles for ethics education : implementing the acculturation model
  • Michael C. Gotieb, Mitchell M. Handelsman, and Samuel Knapp
  • Ethical issues in education and training
  • Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish
  • Competency training in ethics education and practice
  • Cynthia de las Fuentes, Mary E. Willmuth, and Catherine Yarrow
  • Impressions of misconduct : graduate students' perception of faculty ethical violations in scientist-practitioner clinical psychology programs
  • Alicia M. January. David A. Meyerson, L. Felice Reddy, Anna R. Docherty, and Elizabeth A. Knonoff
  • Ethics education in professional psychology : a survey of American Psychological Association accredited programs
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • Melanie M. Domenech Rodriguez, Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish, Janet T. Thomas, Linda Forrest, Austin Anderson, and James N. Bow
  • Psychology ethics education in a peer-facilitated laboratory setting
  • Mary Jo Loughran, Deanna Hamilton, and Cynthia Magistro
  • Evaluating continuing professional education in ethics
  • Richard F. Ponton
  • On psychology and virtue ethics
  • Frank C. Richardson
  • Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct
  • American Psychological Association
  • Amendment to the 2002 "Ethical Principles of Psychologists and the Code of Conduct" in 2010 and 2016
  • American Psychological Association
  • Examining the personal-professional distinction : ethics codes and the difficulty of drawing a boundary
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • Limiting therapist exposure to Tarasoff liability : guidelines for risk containment
  • John Monahan
  • Outpatient psychotherapy with dangerous clients : a model for clinical decision making
  • Derek Truscott, Jim Evans, and Sheila Mansell
  • Factors contributing to breaking confidentiality with adolescent clients : a survey of pediatric psychologists
  • Jeremy R. Sullivan, Eleazar Ramirez, William A. Rae, Nancy Pena Razo, and Carrie A. George
  • Confidentiality and electronic health records : keeping up with advances in technology and expectation for access
  • Britt A. Nielsen
  • HIV, confidentiality, and duty to protect : a decision-making model
  • Confidentiality, privilege, and privacy
  • Tiffany Chenneville
  • Multiple relationships
  • A preliminary look at how psychologists identify, evaluate, and proceed when faced with possible multiple relationship dilemmas
  • Douglas H. Lamb, Salvatore J. Catanzaro, and Annorah S. Moorman
  • Sexual boundary violations : a century of violations and a time to analyze
  • Judith L. Alpert and Arlene (Lu) Steinburg
  • Nonromantic, nonsexual posttherapy relationships between psychologists and former clients : an exploratory study of critical incidents
  • Sharon K. Anderson and Karen S. Kitchener
  • Therapeutic boundaries in telepsychology : unique issues and best practice recommendations
  • Katherine B. Drum and heather L. Littleton
  • Privacy and confidentiality
  • Maintaining boundaries in the treatment of pathological narcissism
  • Andrew F. Luchner
  • Boundaries, multiple roles, and the professional relationship
  • Rita Sommers-Flanagan
  • The current state of sexual ethics training in clinical psychology : issues of quantity, quality, and effectiveness
  • Linda M. Housman and Jayne E. Stake
  • Managing risk when contemplating multiple relationships
  • Jeffrey J. Layman and J. Regis McNamara
  • Psychological assessment
  • Ethics in psychological testing and assessment
  • Thomas F. Nagy
  • Fredrick T.L. Leong, Yong Sue Park, and Mark M. Leach
  • Legal issues in school psychological assessments
  • Matthew K. Burns, David C. Parker, and Susan Jacob
  • APA's guidelines for test user qualifications : an executive summary
  • Samuel M. Turner, Stephen T. DeMers, Heather Roberts Fox, and Geoffrey M. Reed
  • Strategies for private practitioners coping with subpoenas or compelled testimony for client/patient records or test data or test materials
  • Committee on legal issues
  • The ethical practice of school psychology : a rebuttal and suggested model
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • Utilization rates of computerized tests and test batteries among clinical neuropsychologists in the United States and Canada
  • Confidentiality and privacy
  • Laura A. Rabin, Amanda T. Spadaccini, Donald L. Brodale, Kevin S. Grant, Milushka M. Elbulok-Charcape, and William B. Barr
  • Psychological testing on the internet : new problems, old issues
  • Jack A. Naglieri, Fritz Drasgow, Mark Schmit, Len Handler, Aurelio Prifitera, Amy, Margolis, and Roberto Velasquez
  • Practical and ethical issues in teaching psychological testing
  • Patricia A. Rupert, Neal F. Kozlowski, Laura A. Hoffman, Denise D. Daniels, and Jeanne M. Piette
  • Therapy and other forms of intervention
  • Seeking an understanding of informed consent
  • Jeffrey E. Barnett
  • Ethics and values [couple and family therapy]
  • Jay L. Lebow
  • David L. Shapiro and Steven R. Smith
  • National survey of ethical practices across rural and urban communities
  • Craig M. Helbok, Robert P. Marinelli, and Richard T. Walls
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with girls and women
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with transgender and gender nonconforming people
  • American Psychological Association
  • Multicultural guidelines : an ecological approach to context, identity, and intersectionality
  • American Psychological Association
  • Privacy and confidentiality in psychotherapy
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with older adults
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for assessment of and intervention with persons with disabilities
  • American Psychological Association
  • Practice guidelines regarding psychologists' involvement in pharmacological issues
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for the practice of telepsychology
  • Joint task force for the development of telepsychology guidelines for psychologists
  • Louis Everstine, Diana Sullivan Everstine, Gary M. Heymann, Reiko Homma True, David H. Frey, Harold G, Johnson, and Richard H. Seiden
  • Some contrarian concerns about law, psychology, and public policy
  • Jennifer L. Perry and Nancy K. Dess
  • Guidelines for ethical conduct in the care and use of nonhuman animals in research
  • American Psychological Association
  • Psychological research online : report of board of scientific affairs' advisory group on the conduct of research on the internet
  • Robert Kraut, Judith Olson, Mahzarin Banaji, Amy Bruckman, Jeffrey Cohen, and Mick Couper
  • What and when should undergraduates learn about research ethics?
  • Blaine F. Peden and Allen H. Keniston
  • Ethics in teaching, training, and supervision
  • Thomas F. Nagy
  • Forensic settings
  • Academia, research, teaching, and supervision
  • Ethical challenges in forensic psychology practice
  • Michael C. Gottlieb and Alicia Coleman
  • The expert witness, the adversary system, and the voice of reason : reconciling impartiality and advocacy
  • Daniel W. Shuman and Stuart A Greenberg
  • Specialty guidelines for forensic psychology
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for child custody evaluations in family law proceedings
  • American Psychological Association
  • Irreconcilable conflict between therapeutic and forensic roles
  • Stuart A. Greenburg and Daniel W. Shuman
  • Ethics in research and publication
  • Conducting risk evaluations for future violence : ethical practice is possible
  • Anton O. Tolman and Andrea L. Rotzien
  • Law, ethics, and competence
  • David Breiger, Kristen Bishop, and G. Andrew H. Benjamin
  • Legal and ethical pitfalls
  • Michael Karson and Lavita Nadkarni
  • The business of psychology
  • Record keeping guidelines
  • American Psychological Association
  • The American Psychological Association's revised "record keeping guidelines" : implications for the practitioner
  • Thomas F. Nagy
  • Eric Y. Drogin, Mary Connell, William E. Foote, and Cynthia A. Sturm
  • HIPAA : federal regulation of healthcare records
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • The ethics of billing, collecting, and financial arrangements : a working framework for clinicians
  • Jeffrey E. Barnett and Steven Walfish
  • Practicing psychology in the era of managed care : implications for practice and trainings
  • Lisa M. Sanchez and Samuel M. Turner
  • Considerations for ethical practice in managed care
  • Catherine Acuff, Bruce E. Benett, Patricia M. Bricklin, Mathilda B. Canter, Samuel J. Knapp, Stanley Moldawsky, and Randy Phelps
  • Asking too much of institutional review boards
  • Gregory A. Miller
  • Deception in research
  • Allan J. Kimmel
  • Laboratory animal research ethics : a practical, educational approach
Control code
1044779601
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
Fifth edition.
Extent
xvii, 841 pages
Isbn
9781433829871
Lccn
2018031897
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1044779601
Label
Ethical conflicts in psychology, Eric Y. Drogin
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Randolph B. Pipes, Jaymee E. Holstein, and Maria G. Aguirre
  • Bylaws of the American Psychological Association
  • American Psychological Association
  • Rules and procedures : October 1, 2001
  • Ethics committee of the American Psychological Association
  • Professional practice guidelines : guidance for developers and users
  • American Psychological Association
  • How ethics are applied
  • Ethical decision making in mental health contexts : representative models and an organizational framework
  • R. Rocco Cottone
  • Ethics codes and how they are enforced
  • Ethical ambiguities in the practice of child clinical psychology
  • Carole I. Mannheim, Michael Sancilio, Susan Phipps-Yonas, Donald Brunnquell, Peter Somers, Geoganne Farseth, and Fred Ninonuevo
  • Practical ethics
  • Jeffrey N. Younggren
  • Ethics of practice : the beliefs and behaviors of psychologists as therapists
  • Kennrth S. Pope, Barbra G. Tabachnick, and Patricia Keith-Spiegel
  • The ethical decision-making model
  • Samuel J. Knapp, Michael Gottieb, Jason Berman, and Mitchell M. Handelsman
  • Learning ethics
  • Training ethical psychologists : an acculturation model
  • A short history of the development of APA's ethics codes
  • Mitchell M Handelsman, Michael C. Gottieb, and Samuel Knapp
  • Some principles for ethics education : implementing the acculturation model
  • Michael C. Gotieb, Mitchell M. Handelsman, and Samuel Knapp
  • Ethical issues in education and training
  • Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish
  • Competency training in ethics education and practice
  • Cynthia de las Fuentes, Mary E. Willmuth, and Catherine Yarrow
  • Impressions of misconduct : graduate students' perception of faculty ethical violations in scientist-practitioner clinical psychology programs
  • Alicia M. January. David A. Meyerson, L. Felice Reddy, Anna R. Docherty, and Elizabeth A. Knonoff
  • Ethics education in professional psychology : a survey of American Psychological Association accredited programs
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • Melanie M. Domenech Rodriguez, Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish, Janet T. Thomas, Linda Forrest, Austin Anderson, and James N. Bow
  • Psychology ethics education in a peer-facilitated laboratory setting
  • Mary Jo Loughran, Deanna Hamilton, and Cynthia Magistro
  • Evaluating continuing professional education in ethics
  • Richard F. Ponton
  • On psychology and virtue ethics
  • Frank C. Richardson
  • Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct
  • American Psychological Association
  • Amendment to the 2002 "Ethical Principles of Psychologists and the Code of Conduct" in 2010 and 2016
  • American Psychological Association
  • Examining the personal-professional distinction : ethics codes and the difficulty of drawing a boundary
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • Limiting therapist exposure to Tarasoff liability : guidelines for risk containment
  • John Monahan
  • Outpatient psychotherapy with dangerous clients : a model for clinical decision making
  • Derek Truscott, Jim Evans, and Sheila Mansell
  • Factors contributing to breaking confidentiality with adolescent clients : a survey of pediatric psychologists
  • Jeremy R. Sullivan, Eleazar Ramirez, William A. Rae, Nancy Pena Razo, and Carrie A. George
  • Confidentiality and electronic health records : keeping up with advances in technology and expectation for access
  • Britt A. Nielsen
  • HIV, confidentiality, and duty to protect : a decision-making model
  • Confidentiality, privilege, and privacy
  • Tiffany Chenneville
  • Multiple relationships
  • A preliminary look at how psychologists identify, evaluate, and proceed when faced with possible multiple relationship dilemmas
  • Douglas H. Lamb, Salvatore J. Catanzaro, and Annorah S. Moorman
  • Sexual boundary violations : a century of violations and a time to analyze
  • Judith L. Alpert and Arlene (Lu) Steinburg
  • Nonromantic, nonsexual posttherapy relationships between psychologists and former clients : an exploratory study of critical incidents
  • Sharon K. Anderson and Karen S. Kitchener
  • Therapeutic boundaries in telepsychology : unique issues and best practice recommendations
  • Katherine B. Drum and heather L. Littleton
  • Privacy and confidentiality
  • Maintaining boundaries in the treatment of pathological narcissism
  • Andrew F. Luchner
  • Boundaries, multiple roles, and the professional relationship
  • Rita Sommers-Flanagan
  • The current state of sexual ethics training in clinical psychology : issues of quantity, quality, and effectiveness
  • Linda M. Housman and Jayne E. Stake
  • Managing risk when contemplating multiple relationships
  • Jeffrey J. Layman and J. Regis McNamara
  • Psychological assessment
  • Ethics in psychological testing and assessment
  • Thomas F. Nagy
  • Fredrick T.L. Leong, Yong Sue Park, and Mark M. Leach
  • Legal issues in school psychological assessments
  • Matthew K. Burns, David C. Parker, and Susan Jacob
  • APA's guidelines for test user qualifications : an executive summary
  • Samuel M. Turner, Stephen T. DeMers, Heather Roberts Fox, and Geoffrey M. Reed
  • Strategies for private practitioners coping with subpoenas or compelled testimony for client/patient records or test data or test materials
  • Committee on legal issues
  • The ethical practice of school psychology : a rebuttal and suggested model
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • Utilization rates of computerized tests and test batteries among clinical neuropsychologists in the United States and Canada
  • Confidentiality and privacy
  • Laura A. Rabin, Amanda T. Spadaccini, Donald L. Brodale, Kevin S. Grant, Milushka M. Elbulok-Charcape, and William B. Barr
  • Psychological testing on the internet : new problems, old issues
  • Jack A. Naglieri, Fritz Drasgow, Mark Schmit, Len Handler, Aurelio Prifitera, Amy, Margolis, and Roberto Velasquez
  • Practical and ethical issues in teaching psychological testing
  • Patricia A. Rupert, Neal F. Kozlowski, Laura A. Hoffman, Denise D. Daniels, and Jeanne M. Piette
  • Therapy and other forms of intervention
  • Seeking an understanding of informed consent
  • Jeffrey E. Barnett
  • Ethics and values [couple and family therapy]
  • Jay L. Lebow
  • David L. Shapiro and Steven R. Smith
  • National survey of ethical practices across rural and urban communities
  • Craig M. Helbok, Robert P. Marinelli, and Richard T. Walls
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with girls and women
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with transgender and gender nonconforming people
  • American Psychological Association
  • Multicultural guidelines : an ecological approach to context, identity, and intersectionality
  • American Psychological Association
  • Privacy and confidentiality in psychotherapy
  • Guidelines for psychological practice with older adults
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for assessment of and intervention with persons with disabilities
  • American Psychological Association
  • Practice guidelines regarding psychologists' involvement in pharmacological issues
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for the practice of telepsychology
  • Joint task force for the development of telepsychology guidelines for psychologists
  • Louis Everstine, Diana Sullivan Everstine, Gary M. Heymann, Reiko Homma True, David H. Frey, Harold G, Johnson, and Richard H. Seiden
  • Some contrarian concerns about law, psychology, and public policy
  • Jennifer L. Perry and Nancy K. Dess
  • Guidelines for ethical conduct in the care and use of nonhuman animals in research
  • American Psychological Association
  • Psychological research online : report of board of scientific affairs' advisory group on the conduct of research on the internet
  • Robert Kraut, Judith Olson, Mahzarin Banaji, Amy Bruckman, Jeffrey Cohen, and Mick Couper
  • What and when should undergraduates learn about research ethics?
  • Blaine F. Peden and Allen H. Keniston
  • Ethics in teaching, training, and supervision
  • Thomas F. Nagy
  • Forensic settings
  • Academia, research, teaching, and supervision
  • Ethical challenges in forensic psychology practice
  • Michael C. Gottlieb and Alicia Coleman
  • The expert witness, the adversary system, and the voice of reason : reconciling impartiality and advocacy
  • Daniel W. Shuman and Stuart A Greenberg
  • Specialty guidelines for forensic psychology
  • American Psychological Association
  • Guidelines for child custody evaluations in family law proceedings
  • American Psychological Association
  • Irreconcilable conflict between therapeutic and forensic roles
  • Stuart A. Greenburg and Daniel W. Shuman
  • Ethics in research and publication
  • Conducting risk evaluations for future violence : ethical practice is possible
  • Anton O. Tolman and Andrea L. Rotzien
  • Law, ethics, and competence
  • David Breiger, Kristen Bishop, and G. Andrew H. Benjamin
  • Legal and ethical pitfalls
  • Michael Karson and Lavita Nadkarni
  • The business of psychology
  • Record keeping guidelines
  • American Psychological Association
  • The American Psychological Association's revised "record keeping guidelines" : implications for the practitioner
  • Thomas F. Nagy
  • Eric Y. Drogin, Mary Connell, William E. Foote, and Cynthia A. Sturm
  • HIPAA : federal regulation of healthcare records
  • Donald N. Bersoff
  • The ethics of billing, collecting, and financial arrangements : a working framework for clinicians
  • Jeffrey E. Barnett and Steven Walfish
  • Practicing psychology in the era of managed care : implications for practice and trainings
  • Lisa M. Sanchez and Samuel M. Turner
  • Considerations for ethical practice in managed care
  • Catherine Acuff, Bruce E. Benett, Patricia M. Bricklin, Mathilda B. Canter, Samuel J. Knapp, Stanley Moldawsky, and Randy Phelps
  • Asking too much of institutional review boards
  • Gregory A. Miller
  • Deception in research
  • Allan J. Kimmel
  • Laboratory animal research ethics : a practical, educational approach
Control code
1044779601
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
Fifth edition.
Extent
xvii, 841 pages
Isbn
9781433829871
Lccn
2018031897
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1044779601

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