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Ethical problems in the research activities of a psychologist

(according to I.V. Vachkov, I. B. Grinshpun, N.S. Pryazhnikov)



We can distinguish the following main problems that arise during the conduct of various studies by the psychologist, when he publishes scientific texts, when interacting with his colleagues and various "authorities" of psychological science:



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Ethical problems in the research activities of a psychologist

  1. Psychology as a research activity
    The word "science" has several meanings: a special area of ​​human activity, a special way of knowing the world, a system of knowledge, a system of institutions and organizations. In addition to the scientific way of mastering reality, it is customary to single out ordinary knowledge, artistic knowledge and religious knowledge, each of which has its own specificity and performs important functions in human life.
  2. Ethical principles of psychologist
    Ethical principles are designed to provide: - the solution of professional tasks in accordance with ethical standards; -protection of people with whom psychologists engage in professional interaction: students, students, teachers, supervisors, research participants and other persons with whom the psychologist works; -containing trust between the psychologist and the client; Strengthening authority
  3. Professional and ethical standards of psychologist
    The professional activity of a psychologist is a very complex and responsible area of ​​professional activity that requires appropriate education, professional skill, as it affects the fate of people. It is associated with the knowledge of purely individual personality characteristics of people, their deep inner experiences and conditions. In the process, the psychologist operates with information,
  4. Professional and ethical standards of military psychologist
    The professional activity of a psychologist is a very complex and responsible area of ​​professional activity. It requires appropriate education, professional skill and may affect the fate of people (for example, when a medical or forensic psychological diagnosis is made). The professional activity of a military psychologist is associated with the knowledge of purely individual
  5. The main ethical problems and the “temptations” of practical psychology
    (according to I.V. Vachkov, I. B. Grinshpun, N. S. Pryazhnikov) We can distinguish the following specific problems and “temptations” in the practical work of a psychologist, in his relations with clients, colleagues and
  6. Appendix No. 1 ETHICAL NORMS for the professional activities of a psychologist in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
    to Art. 16 of the Manual, approved by order of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation in 1997 N___ ETHICAL STANDARDS for the professional activities of a psychologist in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation A military psychologist is called upon to use all his professional activities to create favorable conditions for the comprehensive development of personality
  7. ETHICAL NORMS for the professional activities of a psychologist in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
    The military psychologist is called upon with all his professional activity to contribute to the creation of favorable conditions for the comprehensive development of the personality of military personnel, members of their families and civilian personnel, the preservation, strengthening and restoration of their mental health, the formation of highly moral relations between them in order to strengthen the combat readiness and combat readiness of units
  8. ETHICAL NORMS for the professional activities of military psychologists of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
    (Guidelines for psychological work in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, Appendix 1) The military psychologist is called upon to promote the creation of favorable conditions for the comprehensive development of the personality of servicemen, members of their families and civilian personnel, the preservation, strengthening and restoration of their mental health, the formation of highly moral relations between them in
  9. Code of Ethics (ethical standards) of a counseling psychologist
    1. General rules 1.1. Boundaries of competence (a) Consulting psychologists are engaged in professional activities only within the boundaries of their competence, which is determined by education, advanced training forms and relevant professional experience. (c) Consulting psychologists carry out professional activities in new areas or use new techniques only after
  10. Scientific and educational and psychotechnical components in the development of military psychology
    In the second half of the 1920s, a discussion was held on the relationship in behavior — psychological and political. Two directions in the development of military psychology were singled out: scientific-educational and psychotechnical. In 1924, a military scientific society was created, the work of which was aimed at developing the psychology of the military reader and audience, pedagogy and political work with
  11. Problems of self-help in the activities of practical psychologists
    Since psychology itself is one of the areas of professional activity, a natural question arises: who will help psychologists themselves to optimize their work? It would be easiest to say that this should be done by the methodology of psychology, since the essence of the methodology is precisely reflection (comprehension of one's own activity). Note that in every science (and in every
  12. The problem of the development and self-development of a psychologist in professional activities
    The self-development of a professional psychologist has several advantages: 1) Does the psychologist himself determine the vector of his professional and personal development, acting in fact as the real subject of professional self-determination? and self-development (and it costs a lot!); 2) such a psychologist more quickly develops a sense of social and professional responsibility for his work; 3) do it yourself
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