PSY 490 Ethics Awareness Inventory - 18325

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  1. Individual Assignment: Ethics Awareness Inventory (Due Sunday)

 

  • Complete the Ethics Awareness Inventory, located on your student website.
  • Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word summary of your findings from the Ethics Awareness Inventory.
  • Discuss the role and importance of personal ethics in psychology, principles, and the Code of Conduct.
  • Discuss how ethics can affect how you will apply psychological principles to personal, spiritual, social, and organizational issues.
  • Assess how ethics affect psychological knowledge and principles related to personal growth, health, and development.
  • Analyze advantages of psychology as a degree choice. How do ethics play a role in your decision to pursue a degree in psychology?
  • Include two to three references.
  • Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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The Ethics Awareness Inventory is designed for an individual to take a closer look at his or her personal ethics. According to the Ethics Awareness Inventory (2011), " A commitment to personal ethics is about developing a moral self capable of dealing with ethical issues as they arise." (p. 1). Within this inventory there is the three "A" approach to ethical decision making. This approach consists of ; awareness, articulation, application , or action. The results that the author of this paper found were quite interesting.

     The author of this paper received a final outcome of his ethical profile aligning most with obligation, and least aligning with equity. According to the test, the author of this paper has an ethical perspective in which the author bases his perspective on an individual's duty or obligation to do what is morally right and, includes principles that rational individuals ought to do. The author's ethical style involves believing that humans have intrinsic value, which means that we have a right to individual respect. This ethical style also shows no support for social traditions and policies aimed at the best interests of society as a whole. The author's