Resources for Researchers
COPE (Committee on Publishing Ethics) website (https://publicationethics.org/). This website has many useful resources, including guidelines, flowcharts for dealing with suspected cases of unethical behavior, case studies, etc… Many of these cases and tools can be leveraged by SIOP members for education and professional development.
Journal Editor Ethics (https://editorethics.uncc.edu/). This is an initiative that was started by Steve Rogelberg and Deb Rupp to create some ethical principles for journal editors. The principles have been updated over time and have been endorsed by many journal editors. It also contains a nice section with links to related articles and sites.
Center for Open Science (https://cos.io/our-services/top-guidelines/). Among other things, it contains guidelines designed to promote the transparency and openness of research.
APA Ethics Code adopted by SIOP (https://www.apa.org/ethics/code/index)
Canadian Psychological Association. (2000). Canadian code of ethics for psychologists, (3rd Ed.). Ottawa, Canada: Author.
Ethics in Practice
Academy of Management. (2002). Academy of Management code of ethical conduct. Academy of Management Journal, 45, 291–294.
Knapp, D. J. (2008). Handling ethical matters. In W. C. Borman & J. H. Hedge (Eds.), The I/O consultant’s handbook. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Lefkowitz, J. (2017). Ethics and values in industrial organizational psychology, 2nd Ed. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis. (Espec. Chap. 15, “Taking Moral Action.”)
Lefkowitz, J. & Lowman, R.L. (2017). “Ethics of Employee Selection.” Chap. 26 in J.L. Farr & N.T. Tippins, (Eds.). Handbook of Employee Selection, 2nd ed. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group. (1st ed. Published 2010.)
Lowman, R.L., & Cooper, S.E. (2017). The ethical practice of consulting psychology. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Nagy, T. F. (2005). Ethics in plain English: An illustrative casebook for psychologists (2nd ed.) Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Society for Human Resource Management. (1990). Code of ethics. Alexandria, VA: Author.
Ethics in Academe
Lefkowitz, J. (2011). “Ethics in industrial-organizational psychology.” Vol. 2, Chap. I.8, In S. Knapp, L. VandeCreek, M. Gottlieb & M. Handelsman (Eds.) APA Handbook of ethics in psychology. Wash., DC: American Psychological Association. https://www.siop.org/Portals/84/SIOP Docs/Committee Folders/CAPE/General Resources/2009 Lef Qual Comments - Rev Code Order.doc
Updates from the Ethics Code Revision Task Force (https://www.apa.org/ethics/task-force)
Nagy, T.F. (2011). Essential ethics for psychologists: A primer for understanding and mastering core issues. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
Office of Research Integrity. (2014, Dec. 2). Handling misconduct. Downloaded from https://ori.hhs.gov/handling-misconduct#:~:text=ORI%20is%20prepared%20to%20provide,Technical%20Assistance%20(RRTA)%20Program
Wasserman, R. (2013). Ethical issues and guidelines for conducting data analysis in psychological research. Ethics & Behavior, 23(1), 3-15.
Watts, L., Medeiros, K., Mulhearn, T., Steele, L., Connelly, S., & Mumford, M. (2017). Are Ethics Training Programs Improving? A Meta-Analytic Review of Past and Present Ethics Instruction in the Sciences. Ethics & Behavior, 27(5), 351-384.