publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014

Ethics Education in Professional Psychology: A Survey of American Psychological Association Accredited Programs

Domenech Rodriguez, Melanie M.; Erickson Cornish, Jennifer A; Thomas, Janet T; Forrest, Linda; Anderson, Austin; Bow, James N;
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  • Published: 01 Nov 2014 Journal: Training and Education in Professional Psychology, volume 8, pages 241-247 (issn: 1931-3918, eissn: 1931-3926, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA)
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Professional psychologists are expected to know ethical standards and engage in proactive analysis of ethical considerations across professional roles (e.g., practice, research, teaching). Yet, little is known about the current state of doctoral ethics education in professional psychology, including the content covered and pedagogical strategies used to ensure developing this core component of professional competency (de las Fuentes, Willmuth, & Yarrow, 2005). A survey of ethics educators from APAaccredited programs across the United States and Canada resulted in 136 instructors reporting on their program's ethics training. The majority of questionnaires returne...
Subjects
free text keywords: Psychology, Informed consent, Competence (human resources), Accreditation, Code of conduct, Teaching method, Medical education, Pedagogy, Applied psychology, Professional ethics, Critical thinking, Professional development, Ethics education, Professional competencies, Professional training, Teaching, Educational Psychology
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2014

Ethics Education in Professional Psychology: A Survey of American Psychological Association Accredited Programs

Domenech Rodriguez, Melanie M.; Erickson Cornish, Jennifer A; Thomas, Janet T; Forrest, Linda; Anderson, Austin; Bow, James N;