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Ethical Values Compared
Compares the values and ethical principles of Saint Leo University and the American Psychological Association.
# 48866 | 800 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Feb 19, 2004 in Education (Higher) , Ethics (General)

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This paper begins with a summary of the main values and principles of The American Psychological Association (APA) and Saint Leo University, a religious institution of higher learning. The paper then presents a comparison of the two organizations and discusses the similarities and differences in their ethical values.

From the Paper:

"Another problem that psychologists face is that they must maintain confidentiality, which sometimes inhibits a free disclosure of information between patient and doctor that would allow for a better and more honest discussion (Hughes, 1986). Because of this, some treatment cannot progress as well or as quickly as it could if the parties involved could talk more freely. While this confidentiality is not openly mentioned in the University's conduct code, it would seem that it is implied by the request to have respect for others and the community."

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