CE Credit Course: Ethics
“Ethics and Values in I-O Psychology”
Presented by Joel Lefkowitz, PhD, ABPP
This course was originally presented at the 2011 SIOP Annual Conference in Chicago, IL. We have synched the original audio, visual, and slides from the presentation and now offer it as an online continuing education (CE) credit module with 3 CE credits available.*
The course includes 3 hours of content, broken down into 5 units, for viewing at your own pace. A pre-test and post-test are required. A certificate of completion/verification of credit is awarded after all five units are viewed and both tests are successfully completed.
$75 (This course is available only to SIOP members.)
This workshop provides a guide for understanding ethical and unethical behavior, and includes a discussion of the cognitive and motivational components of ethical behavior and a general decision-making strategy for coping with ethical dilemmas. Unlike other workshops, this one takes an I-O perspective. For example, the topic is approached not just from the standpoint of guidance for individual professional behavior, but from the standpoint of a scientist-practitioner who needs to understand the nature of organizational misconduct and how to promote more ethical organizations. Participants will learn and practice applying a model of ethical reasoning to ethical challenges. This intermediate-level seminar encompass discussion of issues relevant to guiding one's own professional behavior, as well as approaching the topic from the standpoint of a scientist-practitioner who may be called upon to develop and implement organizational policies in the area.
Joel is emeritus faculty at Baruch College, CUNY, and is a well-known researcher, author, and practitioner in the area of professional ethical behavior. For a complete bio, please click here.
- Understand views from philosophy and psychology in order to analyze and respond to ethical challenges
- Explain the nature of ethical and unethical behavior and how they differ from other forms of organizational misconduct and corruption
- Recognize the basic forms (types) of ethical dilemmas one may encounter
- Anticipate an ethical problem, minimize its likelihood; and if necessary apply a model of ethical reasoning or problem solving
- Assess the role of your own values in responding to ethical situations
Note: Course participants are encouraged to take notes during the course and attend carefully to all information presented in order to adequately prepare for the the post-test.
*SIOP is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. SIOP maintains responsibility for this program and its content.