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Ethical considerations: is the treatment I've selected the ____ ____

best choice

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Ethical considerations: am I ____ to administer treatment

qualified

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Ethical considerations: Am I Making ____-based decisions?

data

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Core ethical principles: Do....

no harm

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Core ethical principles: Respect...

autonomy

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Core ethical principles: Benefit...

others

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Core ethical principles: Be...

just

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Core ethical principles: Be...

truthful

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Core ethical principles: Accord...

dignity

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Core ethical principles: Treat others...

with care and compassion

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Core ethical principles: Pursue...

excellence

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Core ethical principles: Accept...

responsibility

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Who issued the guidelines for responsible Behaviour Analysts?

BACB

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Why are the guidelines set forth?

To prevent abuse/misuse of power and ensure humane treatment

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What is behaviour drift?

The gradual slipping of practice, leading to unethical practice

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What does guideline 1: Responsible Conduct deal with?

Establishes high standards for the field and ensures people who call themselves BAs adhere to those high standards

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What does guideline 1.1: Reliance on scientific knowledge deal with?

Ensures we choose data-based interventions and make amendments to treatments according to data

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We only select intervention strategies...

with scientific data to show their effectiveness

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We base treatment selection...

on systematic data we've collected about the client

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We use data to determine...

whether treatments are having a positive effect

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If data suggests treatments aren't working...

we change the intervention strategy

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What does guideline 1.2: Competence deal with?

Only undertaking cases appropriate to our skill level.

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If we take a case above our skill level...

we do so under supervision of a competent individual and seek to improve our training

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What does guideline 1.3: Professional development deal with?

Learning is continuous, keeping up to date with new discoveries in the field

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Give three ways of keeping up to date with advances in the field

Reading articles; attending conferences; attending training

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What does guideline 1.4: Integrity deal with?

being truthful, following through on commitments, doing your best work and not breaking the law

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What does guideline 1.5: Professional and scientific relationships deal with?

Making sure the nature of the services we provide is clear

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When explaining our interventions...

we use user-friendly language

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We don't attempt to provide services...

when personal circumstances might compromise the quality of those services

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What does guideline 1.6: Dual relationships and conflict of interest deal with?

Avoiding cases that prevent us from seeing a situation objectively

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A conflict of interest occurs when...

one role could potentially affect a person's judgement about another role

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Define dual relatinships

Situations wherein a person plays two roles in the same relationship

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What does guideline 1.7: Exploitative relationships deal with?

Exploiting others for money, personal gain, sexual services or bartering with clients