Apply the principles of ethical research. Directions Assignment 1 – “Research Ethics” exercise (20 points or 2% of your overall grade, due Sunday at midnight CST of Week 1). For this assignment, select either the “Milgram experiment of obedience to authority” or the “Stanford Prison Experiment.” Both are classic studies in social psychology that have long raised uncomfortable ethical debates about the limits of responsible social research. You might begin here for brief overviews (but do not limit yourself — there are many excellent references to draw from, on the web or in print): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment http://en.wikipedia.org

• Describe the ethical issues related to cultural competence. • Examine the influence of your own personal values as related to the diversity issues presented in this case. Reflect on how you felt as you read the case study, how your values came into play, and how you would handle your values in a situation such as this. Course Case Study Joe, a thirty-five-year-old, male mental health counselor, received a client referral, thirty-five-year-old Jill, from a community counseling clinic. He began providing counseling services to her. Jill’s complaint was that she was unsatisfied with her current job as a bank teller and was experiencing mild anxiety and depression. Joe had been providing services to Jill for three weeks when she disclosed that she was confused about her sexuality because she experienced sexual attraction toward some women. Joe immediately responded to Jill with wide eyes and a shocked look.
April 22, 2018
Write a 300- to 500-word debate transcript provide information on Rogers theory & outline contributions towards the field of psychology.
April 22, 2018

Apply the principles of ethical research. Directions Assignment 1 – “Research Ethics” exercise (20 points or 2% of your overall grade, due Sunday at midnight CST of Week 1). For this assignment, select either the “Milgram experiment of obedience to authority” or the “Stanford Prison Experiment.” Both are classic studies in social psychology that have long raised uncomfortable ethical debates about the limits of responsible social research. You might begin here for brief overviews (but do not limit yourself — there are many excellent references to draw from, on the web or in print): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_experiment A summarize what you feel to be the important points of the selected project B identify at least three accepted modern standards of social research C explain whether it does or does not live up to these three standards D if it does not live up to a standard, explain what could be done to fix the problem or to prevent the problem in other situations E Post a synopsis of your paper in the “Reflections” discussion thread and respond to at least 2 other student postings.

 

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