Record:   Prev Next
Title The ethical practice of psychology in organizations / edited by Rodney L. Lowman
Imprint Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, c2006
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Ethnology Library  HF5548.8 .E79 2006    AVAILABLE    30520020654506
Edition 2nd ed
Descript xvi, 303 p. ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-294) and indexes
Personnel selection -- Case 1. Assessment techniques -- Case 2. Validation efforts with small sample sizes -- Case 3. Test validation strategies -- Case 4. Avoiding potential misuse of assessment procedures -- Case 5. Mis-keyed test items on commercially marketed tests -- Case 6. Personnel screening for emotional stability -- Case 7. A spiritual matter -- Case 8. Misleading reporting of results -- Case 9. "Realistic job previews" and the selection of female employees -- Case 10. Developing international selection systems -- Case 11. Assessment center records -- Case 12. Maintaining confidentiality and objectivity -- Case 13. The right not to participate in selection activities -- Organizational diagnosis and intervention -- Case 14. Layoff notifications -- Case 15. Survey reveals sexual harassment -- Case 16. The ethical costs of implementing new technology -- Case 17. Using electronic mail for providing confidential feedback -- Case 18. Maintaining confidentiality in survey reporting -- Case 19. Implementing an equitable bonus plan -- Case 20. Conflicting obligations in survey research -- Case 21. Protecting the confidentiality of upward feedback -- Case 22. Misuse of psychological services -- Case 23. Confidentiality of interview data -- Case 24. Team-building interventions -- Case 25. Misuse of employee opinion surveys to prevent unionization -- Case 26. Sharing of management development results -- Case 27. Disposition of psychological reports -- Managing consulting relationships -- Case 28. Avoiding conflicts of interests and roles -- Case 29. Accurately reporting research results -- Case 30. Recording data without consent -- Case 31. Misuse of data obtained through a consulting engagement -- Case 32. Avoiding dual relationships -- Case 33. Pressures to implement psychological programs too soon -- Case 34. Confidentiality of employee assistance program referrals -- Research and academic issues -- Case 35. Research responsibilities -- Case 36. The ethics of reviewing and of being reviewed -- Case 37. Honoring agreements in data collection and usage -- Case 38. Use of copyrighted material in new instrumentation -- Case 39. Authorship and publication agreements -- Case 40. Publication credit -- Case 41. Fairness in book reviews -- Case 42. Confidentiality and objectivity in reviews -- Case 43. When testimony would be compelled -- Case 44. Reporting data from research studies -- Professional training and certification issues -- Case 45. Training requirements in i/o psychology -- Case 46. Practice of i/o psychology by a clinical psychologist -- Case 47. Licensing and credentialing -- Billing and marketing issues -- Case 48. Questions of billing, competence, and supervision -- Case 49. Accurately and honestly marketing psychological products -- Case 50. Public statements and advertising -- The ethics of professional behavior -- Case 51. Breaking confidentiality in public statements -- Case 52. Responding to allegations of misconduct -- Case 53. The ethics of voluntary professional activities -- Case 54. Professional and scientific responsibility in forensic activities -- Case 55. A change of career direction -- Case 56. Plagiarizing -- Case 57. Evaluating colleagues' competencies -- Case 58. Confronting unethical behavior -- Case 59. Betraying a confidence -- Case 60. Psychologists as employers of other psychologists -- Case 61. When romance fails -- References -- Selected bibliography -- Appendix: APA ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct -- Index -- Index of APA ethical standards citations
Subject Psychology, Industrial
Organizational sociology
Alt Author Lowman, Rodney L
Record:   Prev Next