Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct.

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The American psychologist ()
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Abstract

Presents the American Psychological Association's Ethics Code. The document consists of an introduction, a preamble, 6 general principles, and specific standards and rules for conduct by psychologists. Topics covered by the standards include (1) General Standards, (2) Evaluation, Assessment or Intervention, (3) Advertising and Other Public Statements, (4) Therapy, (5) Privacy and Confidentiality, (6) Teaching, Training Supervision, Research, and Publishing, (7) Forensic Activities, and (8) Resolving Ethical Issues.

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