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Ethical principles of psychologist

Ethical principles are designed to ensure:

- solving professional problems 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 the authority of the psychological education service among students, parents and the pedagogical community.

The main ethical principles are:

1. The principle of confidentiality.

2. The principle of competence.

3.
The principle of no harm.

4. The principle of respect.

5. The principle of objectivity.

6. The principle of responsibility.

7. The principle of ethical and legal competence.

8. The principle of qualified propaganda of psychology.

9. The principle of customer well-being.

10. The principle of professional cooperation.

11. The principle of informing the client about the goals and results of the survey.

12. The principle of the moral-positive effect of professional actions of a psychologist.

These principles are consistent with professional standards adopted by psychologists in other countries of the world.
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Ethical principles of psychologist

  1. Abstract. Ethical principles in the work of a psychologist, 2010
    Introduction Ethical principles of psychologist. The principle of confidentiality. The principle of competence. The principle of no harm. Principle of respect. The principle of objectivity. The principle of responsibility. The principle of ethical and legal competence. The principle of qualified propaganda of psychology. The principle of customer well-being. The principle of professional cooperation. Informing principle
  2. Basic ethical principles in the work of a psychologist
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    Krylov A.A., Yuryev A.I. (In the book: “Workshop on General and Experimental Psychology” / Ed. By A. Krylov, S. A. Manichev, 2nd ed., St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kharkov, Minsk, 2000. P. 545-552). The modern level of psychological science and practice, the increased degree of their influence on social and economic processes, urgently require special regulation of the actions of psychologists, as in the process
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  8. Appendix No. 1 ETHICAL STANDARDS for the professional activities of a psychologist in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
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