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    Juveniles: Miranda Rights, Self-Report & False Confessions

    Juvenile Offenders' Miranda Rights Comprehension and Self-Reported Likelihood of Offering False Confession show such psychological research might be used in a police setting.? "Anger, Hostility, and Male Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence: A Meta-Analytic Review." the role of such psychological research in assisting

    Psychological research studies Police Settings

    Identify two psychological research studies that have been, could be, or might be used in police settings. Explain how the results of each study you selected specifically might be used by forensic psychology professionals working in police settings

    Planned Parenthood of SE Pennsylvania v. Casey (1992)

    Do an analysis of the of a amicus brief. Summarize the brief and explain whether you agree with all or part of it and why. Be sure to support your position. Planned Parenthood of SE Pennsylvania v. Casey Analyze the impact of psychological research on public policy and the law

    Military Psychology vs. Civilian Psychology

    Please explain the role of psychology in the military subspecialty. Describe its roles in interrogations in various settings including but not limited to prisoner-of-war camps and warfare. Briefly explain the most important differences in the practice of military psychology from that of civilian psychology.

    Legal Issues in Clinical Psychology

    What are at least two legal issues associated with clinical psychology? Provide an example of a situation that could be legal but unethical. Explain your response.

    Police Psychology

    Explain how and why the ADA is relevant to forensic psychology professionals working in the police subspecialty in the screening and selection of police officers.

    Ethical issues in dealing with an agitated patient

    Using the case study below, please help me with applying the ethical model as developed with Canadian Code of Ethics (applying all 10 steps). Please cite all relevant standards and codes, both from the Canadian Code, and from the APA The case study is as follows: You have been working with a patient for a few weeks, when s

    Additional Reliable Sources Needed for Client Records and their Protection

    I have found the following reliable sources of information that I would consult when creating my practice with regard to client records and their protection. 1. 2010 APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct 2. APA Record Keeping Guidelines 2008 3. APA Division 29 Telepsychology Guidelines However I nee

    Decision-Making Ethical Model

    Can someone help me with the following case study? I need help explaining the ethical dilemmas using Fisher's Eight Step Ethical Decision-Making Model attached. By using the Steps can you help me with what would be the possible outcome of each individual and what are the benefits and limitations of this model?

    Ethical Issues in Special Contexts

    Discuss the ethical issues that arise when working in whichever special context or contexts you have selected- in this case, in psychotherapy with children. What steps might a professional take to limit or avoid related ethical dilemmas? What resources could a professional use to help in resolving these ethical dilemmas?

    Informed consent, deception, debriefing, IRB approval

    In your own words, briefly describe the concepts of informed consent, deception, debriefing, IRB approval, protection from harm, and confidentiality (ABA students should also include any relevant information from the BACB guidelines for responsible conduct and disciplinary standards documents). How could you incorporate these di

    The Legal Aspects of Professional Psychology

    I need to examine the legal aspects of professional psychology. As a part of your examination I need to address the following items: 1) Explain the importance of maintaining confidentiality in the therapeutic relationship 2) Explain the role of competence in professional psychology

    Ethical Principles and Conduct for Psychologists

    This person reviewed the ethical principles and code of conduct for Psychologists that also apply to other forms of mental health practitioners on the American Psychological Association In your opinion, do you believe that their discussion has any value on the subject of ethical and legal responsibilities? Why or why not?

    Understanding the importance of confidentiality between therapist and patient.

    Confidentiality is one of the most significant ethical and legal issues in the field of mental health. Clients/patients rely on this confidentiality when they share their personal issues with the therapist. Briefly discuss and share your thoughts and viewpoint on this discussion. Do you agree or disagree with this discussion?

    Ethical Legal Decision Making

    Ethical legal decision making provides a structure for addressing ethical legal issues that have an impact on counseling. It must be emphasized that throughout the decision making process it is critical to consult when necessary and to document all significant activities and events as consultations and treatments efforts. The fo

    Issues of confidentiality in the field of mental health

    Confidentiality is one of the most significant ethical and legal issues in the field of mental health. Clients/patients rely on this confidentiality when they share their personal issues with the therapist. 1) Discuss one issue such as informed consent relating to child and adolescent counselling that might arise if that con

    Confidentiality in the field of Mental Health

    Confidentiality is one of the most significant ethical and legal issues in the field of mental health. Clients/patients rely on this confidentiality when they share their personal issues with the therapist. 1) According to the American Psychological Association (2013), "psychologists have a primary obligation and take reason

    Ethics Awareness Inventory in Psychology

    Write a 700- to 1,050-word summary of your findings. As a part of your summary, be sure to address the following items: - Explain the importance of understanding your own personal ethical perspective. - Analyze the relationship between personal and professional ethics in the field of psychology.

    Legal Points of Professional Psychology

    - Analyze the legal issues related to informed consent and refusal. - Evaluate the legal issues associated with assessment, testing, and diagnosis in professional psychology. - Explain the importance and challenges of maintaining confidentiality in the therapeutic relationship. - Explain how professional competence plays

    Incompetent or Insanity

    If insanity is biological in nature or has a biological aspect, should people be charged with crimes they have committed if they are found to be incompetent or "insane"? Why or why not? for example the legal term "not guilty by reason of insanity."

    Legal Ethical Issues

    Please provide your thoughts about how various legal guidelines and ethics codes influence diagnosis and assessment in general. Reference at least one potential conflict between laws in the state of Maryland state and ethical guidelines, and explain how you might address the conflict.