Ethical Practice in Operational Psychology: Military and National Intelligence Applications
- Discuss (a) the roles of an operational psychologist and (b) the potential ethical dilemmas that may be encountered with regard to the following areas: assessment and selection of personnel for high-risk/high-demand jobs, security clearance evaluations, counterterrorism and counterintelligence operations, interrogations, and crisis and hostage negotiations in a law enforcement environment.
- Explain how the ethical considerations of operational psychologists are both similar and different to the ethical considerations of psychologists serving in a non-operational, clinical role.
- Identify areas related to operational psychology in which clear ethical standards do and do not exist.
- Describe the major challenges that complicate operational psychologists’ ability to engage in ethical decision making.
- Describe the training one should engage in before considering oneself competent to practice as an operational psychologist.
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