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Module ETHICS AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

Module code: PS258
Credits: 5
Semester: 1
Department: PSYCHOLOGY
International: Yes
Coordinator: Dr Joanne Mc Veigh (PSYCHOLOGY)
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Module Objective: To develop strong understanding and appreciation of the central role of ethics and human rights in psychological research and practice.
Module Content: Ethics, justice and rights. Professional codes of ethics for psychology. Core aspects of ethical conduct, including confidentiality, consent, dignity, competence and integrity. The role of ethics in psychological research. The role of ethics in psychological practice. Contributions of psychology to human rights

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