PSYC 3020 Ethics in Psychology
3 hours; 3 credits
This course introduces students to the history of ethics in psychology. Topics include what makes clients of psychologists, their families and their communities vulnerable; how individual and group reasoning, and our own cognitive biases and heuristics can help or hinder our ethical behavior; how organizational climate and socio-cultural contexts can affect our ethical decision making; neuroethics; and diversity, equity and inclusion considerations relevant to ethics in psychology. This course is the same as PHIL 3312.
Prerequisite: Psychology 1000 or Philosophy 2101
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