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The principle of ethical and legal competence

- The psychologist plans and conducts research in accordance with applicable law and professional requirements for conducting psychological research.

-In the event of a discrepancy between the norms of this Code and the duties imputed to him by the administration of the educational institution, the psychologist is guided by the norms of this Code. Such cases are brought to the attention of the administration of the institution where the psychologist works, and the professional psychological community (methodical association) or the regional scientific and methodological council of the service of practical psychology.


-The norms of this Code apply only to the professional relations of a psychologist with children, their relatives, teachers, other participants in the educational process and the public.

-The psychologist can fulfill his duties as an official expert in accordance with the law. In cases where a psychological conclusion is necessary, he acts as an official, remembering that his opinion plays an important role in protecting the interests of society and a specific citizen (child, teacher, etc.).
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The principle of ethical and legal competence

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