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The ethical practice of psychology in organizations [electronic resource] / edited by Rodney L. Lowman.

Contributor(s): Lowman, Rodney L.
Publisher: Washington, DC : American Psychological Association, c2006Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xvi, 303 p. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 1591473535 (pbk. : print).Subject(s): Psychology, Industrial | Organizational sociology | Psychology, IndustrialAdditional physical formats: OriginalDDC classification: 158.7 Online resources: Click here to access online | Fulltext available via EBSCOhost - Shibboleth login required Also issued in print.
Contents:
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.
Summary: "The first edition of this popular casebook reflected the complexities and increasing litigiousness of the modern workplace and was designed to stimulate thought and discussion about ethical practice in industrial and organizational psychology. Since the book was published, the "Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct" of the American Psychological Association has been revised and contains new material of particular relevance to organizational consultants. This second edition has been updated to reflect the provisions of the new code. Illustrated by case examples based on real-life situations, this volume covers personnel selection, organizational diagnosis and intervention, consulting relationships, research and academic issues, professional training and certification, billing and marketing, and the ethics of professional behavior. The Ethical Practice of Psychology in Organizations, Second Edition, makes ethical thinking come alive and belongs on the bookshelf of every I/O psychologist, human resource professional, and graduate student in I/O and business programs"--Cover. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)
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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.

"The first edition of this popular casebook reflected the complexities and increasing litigiousness of the modern workplace and was designed to stimulate thought and discussion about ethical practice in industrial and organizational psychology. Since the book was published, the "Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct" of the American Psychological Association has been revised and contains new material of particular relevance to organizational consultants. This second edition has been updated to reflect the provisions of the new code. Illustrated by case examples based on real-life situations, this volume covers personnel selection, organizational diagnosis and intervention, consulting relationships, research and academic issues, professional training and certification, billing and marketing, and the ethics of professional behavior. The Ethical Practice of Psychology in Organizations, Second Edition, makes ethical thinking come alive and belongs on the bookshelf of every I/O psychologist, human resource professional, and graduate student in I/O and business programs"--Cover. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

Also issued in print.

Electronic reproduction. Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement. s2005 dcunns.

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