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Monday, March 31, 2014

Episode 5: Ethical Decision-Making (Part 2)

In Episode 5, John continues to outline relevant factors related to ethical decision-making. The psychologist's fiduciary responsibility is emphasized.  Additionally, John outlines one ethical decision-making model as well as cognitive biases and emotional factors involved with ethical decision-making. John will make suggestions on how to improve ethical decision-making.

At the end of this podcast, the listener will be able to:


1. Describe one ethical decision-making model,

2. Identify one cognitive bias and one emotional factor that can adversely affect decision-
     making, and,
3. Outline three strategies to aid with ethical decision-making.

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Resources


Motivated Moral Reasoning in Psychotherapy

John Gavazzi and Sam Knapp

Nonrational Processes in Ethical Decision-making

Mark Rogerson, Michael C. Gottlieb Mitchell M. Handelsman Samuel Knapp  & Jeffrey Younggren

The Motivated Use of Moral Principles

David Pizarro, Eric Ulhmann, David Tannehbaum, and Peter H. Ditto

Ethical Decision Making by Individuals in Organizations: An Issue-Contingent Model

Thomas M. Jones

Avoiding bias in medical ethical decision-making. Lessons to be learnt from psychology research

H. Albisser Schleger, N. R. Oehninger, and S. Reiter-Theil