Volume 36, Issue 3 (2007)
School Psychologists' Ethical Decision Making: Implications From Selected Social Psychological Phenomena
Jon Lasser, Laurie McGarry Klose
Abstract. School psychologists routinely engage in ethical decision making, and existing models have served as useful tools for systematically approaching ethical dilemmas. However, few of these models have taken account of the rich and salient body of social psychology research. This article reviews social psychological phenomena that present clear implications for school-based ethical decision making and, in light of such applications, provides recommendations for practicing school psychologists. Case examples are provided to illustrate key concepts.
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