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"New and experienced students and educators in psychology will really benefit from this innovative book. Like few others, Ethical Issues in Psychology presents traditional debates in lively, interactive and contemporary contexts - as well as stimulating further debates which may not hitherto have been treated as ethical at all." - Andrew Stevenson, Manchester Metropoltian University, UK "Ethical issues have (rightly) assumed great importance in empirical psychology. EVERY psychologist, including all undergraduates, need to understand the issues involved. This book fills an important need, it's at the right level, and it's entertaining and interesting to read." - Trevor Harley, University of Dundee, UK
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Philip Banyard is a Reader in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University. He has a long-standing interest in the teaching of psychology at all levels. He was Chief Examiner for GCSE Psychology and then A Level Psychology with OCR for nearly 20 years. Cara Flanagan is a freelance academic author and lecturer. She has published a wide range of books covering general topics in psychology as well as research methods and ethics. She organises and speaks at conferences for psychology students and trains psychology teachers.
Rights and wrongs. Ethical issues and how to deal with them. Ethical Principles and guidelines. Psychological research with human participants. Psychological Research with animals. Psychology in practice. Ethics and your research project.