Editorial Reviews for this title:
This second edition has been updated and expanded, with 33 added chapters and book excerpts, and a more thorough commentary section. The selections form a review of perspectives, representing over 100 different viewpoints on various ethical issues. Among the issues covered are multiple relationships, assessment, therapy, teaching, research, supervision and confidentiality, privilege and privacy. Ethical issues involved in forensic psychology and in business aspects of the profession are also covered. In addition to offering a range of views and interpretations, the book provides an historical backdrop to each ethical question.
Author is director of the JD-PhD Program in Law and Psychology sponsored by Villanova Law School and Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Reference/text for practitioners, researchers, and graduate students. Over 30 new articles and com- mentary have been added. Previous edition: c1995. Hardcover, softcover also available.
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