Ethics In Psychology: A Psychology Student's And Professional's Guide To Ethical Research
As future or current psychology researchers, ethics guide our behaviour. Ethics protect us, our participants and the psychology discipline. Ethics are absolutely critical to understand as a researcher.
This brilliant, easy-to-understand book brings the amazing topic of Ethics to life with passion, real world examples and plenty of conversational writing readers will love.
If you want to become a psychology researcher, this sensational book is one you don't want to miss!
Ethics In Psychology’s Content Includes:
Part One: What Is Ethics?
Why Is This Important To At And The Rest Of The Book?
Examples Of Unethical Research
Regulatory Solutions, Conflicts Of Interest And Building Trust
What Is Ethics And The Consequentialist Approach To Ethics?
The Non-Consequentialist And Virtue Approaches To Ethics?
Part Two: Regulating Ethics
ESRC Research Ethics Framework And BPS Ethics Code
Ethical Principles In More Depth
Ethical Professional Conduct And Relationships With Peers
Part Three: Ethical Reviews And More
More On Consent Conditions, Limitations And More
The Guiding Principles For Avoiding Harm And Doing Good
Confidentiality In Research