The Cambridge Handbook of Applied Psychological Ethics Hardback
Edited by Mark M. (University of Louisville, Kentucky) Leach, Elizabeth Reynolds (Cleveland State University) Welfel
Part of the Cambridge Handbooks in Psychology series
The Cambridge Handbook of Applied Psychological Ethics is a valuable resource for psychologists and graduate students hoping to further develop their ethical decision making beyond more introductory ethics texts.
The book offers real-world ethical vignettes and considerations.
Chapters cover a wide range of practice settings, populations, and topics, and are written by scholars in these settings.
Chapters focus on the application of ethics to the ethical dilemmas in which mental health and other psychology professionals sometimes find themselves.
Each chapter introduces a setting and gives readers a brief understanding of some of the potential ethical issues at hand, before delving deeper into the multiple ethical issues that must be addressed and the ethical principles and standards involved.
No other book on the market captures the breadth of ethical issues found in daily practice and focuses entirely on applied ethics in psychology.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 714 pages, 6 Tables, black and white; 9 Line drawings, black and white
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 22/03/2018
- Category: Ethics & moral philosophy
- ISBN: 9781107124547