CPSY 5306: Ethics and Professionalism in Applied Child and Adolescent Development

2 CreditsOnline Available

This course concerns ethical principles, issues, and codes relevant to research and practice in applied developmental psychology. These ethical considerations pertain to the work of professionals and researchers in communities, school, medical, and social agencies that serve children, youth, families, and adults. Throughout the course, we will consider the general principles that guide ethical behaviors and decision-making across settings, unique issues that might arise in specific settings, and the roles served by formal codes of conduct. We also consider the roots of ethical thinking, behavior, and decision-making, and the social and cultural influences on individual's developing sense of ethics.

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