Fidelity and Responsibility

PSY 570: Final Project Guidelines and Grading Guide

 

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Overview

The final project for this course is the creation of an ethics training manual for individuals who will be working with employees or clients (could be educational or IOP, depending on the student’s concentration). If any students are pursuing a general track (no concentration), they can select any area of psychology of interest. The project is divided into four milestones, which will be submitted at various points throughout the course to scaffold learning and ensure quality final submissions. These milestones will be submitted in Modules Two, Four, Seven, and Ten.

 

You can choose any discipline in psychology (clinical, cognitive, counseling, developmental, experimental, social, etc.), but it would be most beneficial to choose either your concentration area or an area of interest. Using the five general principles of psychology (beneficence and nonmaleficence; fidelity and responsibility; integrity; justice; respect for people’s rights and dignity), draft a training portion utilizing user-friendly terminology to describe each principle, including multiple-role relationships, relating it back to the APA Code of Ethics and providing stepwise recommendations on solving the ethical situation. You must incorporate at least four scholarly resources in your ethics training manual. The final ethics training manual will be 10–14 pages in length, not counting the title or reference pages.

Main Elements

Milestone One: The first draft of the training materials will utilize user-friendly terminology describing each principle in two paragraphs. Following the explanation of each principle, students will need to provide one example of a research-related potential ethical dilemma that would violate the principle in the student’s selected concentration. If any students are pursuing a general track (no concentration), they can select any relevant area of psychology for their example.

 

  • Principle A: Beneficence and Nonmaleficence
  • Principle B: Fidelity and Responsibility
  • Principle C: Integrity
  • Principle D: Justice
  • Principle E: Respect for People’s Rights and Dignity

 

Milestone Two: The second draft of the training materials will continue to utilize user-friendly terminology to describe each principle (two paragraphs per principle). This draft is an opportunity for the student to add to or modify the explanation utilizing instructor feedback. Following the explanation of each principle, students will need to provide an additional example of a potential ethical dilemma that would violate the principle. This example will be a field-related ethical dilemma in the student’s selected concentration, thus making a total of two dilemmas for each principle, or ten examples total. If any students are pursuing a general track (no concentration), they can select any relevant area of psychology for their example.

 

Milestone Three: Present an issue that may cause ethical concern in establishing professional boundaries with the five stated relationships (below). Each issue must consist of an ethical situation within the context and a description of what the APA Code of Ethics recommends doing in each situation.

 

Professional boundaries regarding multiple-role relationships with:

 

  1. clinical clients
  2. research participants
  3. graduate students
  4. supervisees
  5. consultees
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