The ethics book no psychology student or professional should be without
Thoroughly updated and expanded to include recent research findings, landmark legal decisions, the Hoffman Investigation Report, and changes in the ethical guidelines of the American Psychological Association and…
…Now in its third edition, Accounting Ethics is a thorough and engaging exploration of the ethical issues that accountants encounter in their professional lives. Since the publication of the first edition in 2002, Accounting Ethics…
…Introducing New Domains of Research Governance
2. Should Research Ethics Encourage the Production of Cost-Effective Interventions?
3. From Altruists to Workers: What Claims Should Healthy Participants in…
…Brad Johnson, PhD
Loyola University Maryland United States Naval Academy
Coauthors, Ethics Desk Reference for Counselors, 2nd Edition
…Circulations of Insecurity: Globalizing Food Standards In Historical Perspective
Suzan Ilcan, Lynne Phillips
4. The International Office of Vine and wine (OIV) and the World Trade Organization (WTO): Standardization Issues In The Wine Sector
Ethics and Law for School Psychologists is the single best source of authoritative information on the ethical and legal issues school psychologists face every day. Designed specifically to meet the unique needs of psychologists in school settings, this book includes the most up-to-date …
…Legal Insanity Standards: Their Structure and Elements
3. Arguments Against the Insanity Defense and Responses
4. Lack of Free Will and Irrationality
5. Competent and Compromised Decision-Making
The first and only?comprehensive explanation of GIPS, including how to comply with and implement them
While the CFA Institute has published Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) for years, there has never been a serious discussion of their implementation and best use.
…Research Ethics in the Digital Age: Fundamentals and Problems
3. What’s Responsible for the Retraction Boom?
Adam Marcus, Ivan Oransky
4. Data Protection Laws, Research Ethics and Social…
…After the Cold War, progress in human rights and limitations on warfare created an impression that "global civil society" had emerged to challenge the dominance of states and establish new norms to guide their behavior. The events of 9/11, however, witnessed a reassertion…