Computer Simulation for Counseling Ethics
A discussion of the article "You're In the Hot Seat; an Ethical Decision-Making Simulation for Counseling Students" by M.W. Frame, C.D. Flanagan, J. Frederick, R. Gold and S. Harris.
# 109394 | 1,122 words | 1 source | APA | 2008 |
Published on Nov 30, 2008 in Education (Higher) , Computer and Technology (Technology) , Psychology (General) , Ethics (General)
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The paper examines the study "You're In the Hot Seat; an Ethical Decision-Making Simulation for Counseling Students", by Frame, Flanagan, Frederick, Gold and Harris. The paper looks at how the study demonstrates that a counseling ethics computer simulation tool may influence students' consideration of their actions in realistic ethical counseling dilemmas. The paper discusses the theme, premise and design of the study, as well as the study's conclusion and its strengths.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Frame, M. W., Flanagan, C.D, Frederick, J., Gold, R., Harris, S.(1997). You're in the hot seat; an ethical decision-making simulation for counseling students. Simulation and Gaming, March Vol. 28, No. No. 1, 107-115
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