This ethics casebook for industrial/organizational psychology is a substantially revised and updated version of a book first published by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 1985. Since then, I/O psychology has become a far more complex, technically advanced and widely used discipline, and is practiced in an increasingly litigious environment. This casebook reflects those new realities and is intended to stimulate the process of thinking ethically about I/O psychology. "The Ethical Practice of Psychology in Organziations" provides a wide variety of examples of the kinds of circumstances that both practitioners and researchers can and do encounter. The cases, based on real-life examples, cover dilemmas in the areas of personnel selection, organizational diagnosis and intervention, managing consulting relationships, research and academic issues, professional training and certification, billing and marketing, and the ethics of professional behaviour. Each case is presented in a four-tier format that (1) describes a problem, (2) cites the relevant sections of the APA Ethics Code Standards, (3) interprets the case and (4) discusses implications.
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