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Research Ethical Principles

Beneficence and Nonmaleficence

Fidelity and Responsibility

Integrity

Justice

Respect for People's Rights and Dignity

Research Ethical Principles

A psychologist working in a team conducting research ensures that all team members fulfill their roles responsibly and adhere to the agreed-upon protocols and ethical guidelines. They maintain confidentiality and respect the contributions of each member.

Beneficence and Nonmaleficence

Fidelity and Responsibility

Integrity

Justice

A counselor working with a client who identifies as transgender ensures that they use the client's preferred pronouns and respects their identity throughout the therapeutic process, affirming the client's dignity and autonomy.

Respect for People's Rights and Dignity

A school psychologist advocates for equal access to resources and support services for students with disabilities within the educational system, ensuring that all students receive fair treatment and opportunities regardless of their abilities.

A therapist, while treating a client for anxiety, suggests exposure therapy as a means to confront their fears gradually. The therapist ensures the treatment is effective in reducing anxiety while avoiding unnecessary distress or harm to the client.

A researcher discovers a significant flaw in their study methodology that could compromise the validity of the results. They promptly report the issue to their colleagues and disclose it in the publication to maintain the integrity of the research process.

Research Ethics Standards

Resolving Ethical Issues

Competence

Human Relations

Privacy and Confidentiality

Advertising and Other Public Statements

Record Keeping and Fees

Education and Training

Research and Publication

Assessment

Therapy

A psychology professor provides comprehensive and up-to-date educational materials to students, incorporating diverse perspectives and current research findings to ensure a high standard of training in the field of psychology.

Education and Training

A neuropsychologist administers a battery of cognitive tests to a client to assess their memory and executive functioning accurately. The psychologist selects appropriate assessment tools, interprets results accurately, and communicates findings clearly to the client.

Assessment

A psychologist faces a dilemma when a client reveals they are considering harming themselves. The psychologist promptly consults with colleagues and supervisors to develop a plan to ensure the client's safety while maintaining confidentiality and trust.

Resolving Ethical Issues

A marriage counselor employs evidence-based techniques and interventions to help a couple improve communication and resolve conflicts in their relationship, fostering a safe and supportive therapeutic environment for both partners.

Therapy

During a group therapy session, a psychologist ensures that all participants understand and agree to maintain confidentiality within the group setting, emphasizing the importance of respecting each other's privacy.

Privacy and Confidentiality

A psychologist fosters a supportive and respectful therapeutic relationship with a client by actively listening, validating their experiences, and demonstrating empathy and understanding throughout the counseling process.

Human Relations

A counseling practice accurately represents its services and expertise in its marketing materials, avoiding exaggerated claims or promises of guaranteed outcomes to maintain transparency and integrity in advertising.

Advertising and Other Public Statements

A clinical psychologist maintains accurate and up-to-date client records, documenting session notes and treatment plans securely while adhering to established fee structures and providing clients with clear information about billing practices.

Record Keeping and Fees

A therapist encounters a client with a rare psychological disorder they are not familiar with. The therapist acknowledges their limitations and undergoes additional training to ensure they can provide effective treatment or refers the client to a specialist.

Competence

A psychologist conducts a study on the effectiveness of mindfulness-based interventions for anxiety and depression, ensuring informed consent from participants, ethical treatment throughout the study, and transparent reporting of results in academic publications.

Research and Publication

A therapist, while treating a client for anxiety, suggests exposure therapy as a means to confront their fears gradually. The therapist ensures the treatment is effective in reducing anxiety while avoiding unnecessary distress or harm to the client.

A psychologist working in a team conducting research ensures that all team members fulfill their roles responsibly and adhere to the agreed-upon protocols and ethical guidelines. They maintain confidentiality and respect the contributions of each member.

A researcher discovers a significant flaw in their study methodology that could compromise the validity of the results. They promptly report the issue to their colleagues and disclose it in the publication to maintain the integrity of the research process.

A school psychologist advocates for equal access to resources and support services for students with disabilities within the educational system, ensuring that all students receive fair treatment and opportunities regardless of their abilities.

A counselor working with a client who identifies as transgender ensures that they use the client's preferred pronouns and respects their identity throughout the therapeutic process, affirming the client's dignity and autonomy.