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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 19 No 1 2002: Ethics in practice

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 19 No 1 2002: Ethics in practice

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme of this issue is Ethics in practice.




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The need for a professional ethic: International perspectives
Ron Francis

Structuring uncertainty: Developing an ethical framework for professional practice in educational psychology
Alec Webster and Tim Bond

Ethical problem-solving in the practice of educational psychology
Gill Carrington, Davina Griffin, Isabel Hollis and Jean Parry

Ethical mindfulness and professional development in local education authority psychology services
John Franey

Ethical issues for educational psychologists engaged in research
Mark Fox and Sue Rendall

Competence, fitness for practice and continuing professional development: The ethical basis of educational psychologists' practice
Ingrid Lunt

Ethical maturity and organizational health: Some implications for educational psychology services
David Bracher and Peter Hingley

Ethics, professionalisation and the future landscape of educational psychology
Alec Webster and Ingrid Lunt


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