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    Psychological Research, Ethics, and Guidelines

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    Part 1: What guidelines should be applied to the evaluation of psychological research and practices?

    Part 2: What ethical dilemmas might arise in psychological research and how might they be avoided?

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    According to the American Psychological Association (APA, 2012), a variety of guidelines have been established in the areas of psychological practice and research. The guidelines are intended to provide recommendations and education to all individuals employed in the field of psychology. Many psychologists have clients that come from different backgrounds and cultures; therefore, the APA has set guidelines for psychologists who have a diverse client base.

    Guideline One- As cultural beings, psychologists are encouraged to look at their beliefs and attitudes that may influence their view and ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution lists and explains guidelines that must be followed when conducting psychological research and practice in order to avoid ethical dilemmas and to address ethical dilemmas that still do arise.

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