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The Ethical Principles of Psychologists According to the APA


  Ethical principles are essential in the profession of the psychologist. They’re important in relation to any interventions they develop. More particularly, they involve the establishment of limits. Various organizations have constructed different principles with exhaustive explanations to guide the professional conduct of the psychologist. One of these is the American Psychological Association (APA), which we’ll be examining today. To begin, we’ll define psychological ethics. Later, we’ll talk about the universal declaration of ethical principles for psychologists. Finally, we’ll examine those that have been formulated by the APA. “A man’s ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and…

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