Volume 3, Issue 1 (1974)
Ethical Issues in School Psychology
While a paper on ethics may lean heavily on the writings of others it inevitably represents personal opinion rather than objective fact or quantifiable data. Indeed, the culling of specific references from the voluminous literature is itself a function of selective perception, bias or, in exceptional cases, exquisite discrimination of ultimate truth. Since I have strong opinions and beliefs in some areas, and am confused and uncertain in others, I will try to state my position or lack of position as clearly and unequivocally as possible rather than attempting a scholarly and statesmanlike presentation. If some readers see my opinion as ultimate truth and adopt or support my point of view I will be gratified. However, if others fail to appreciate my wisdom but find themselves provoked to argue or discuss points raised here, I will be satisfied.
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