|conflict of interest||
occurs when a principal party, alone or in connection with family, friends, or associates, has a vested interest in the outcome of the interaction.
|ethical codes of behavior||
provide guidelines for association members to consider when deciding a course of action or conducting their professional duties.
refers to behaviors, practices, and decisions that address three basic and fundamental questions: What is the right thing to do? What is worth doing? What does it mean to be a good behavior analyst?
the potential recipient of services or participant in a research study gives his or her explicit permission before any assessment or treatment is provided
information regarding an individual receiving or having received services may not be discussed with, or otherwise made available to any third party, unless that individual has provided explicit authorization for release of that information.
those surroundings, which meet the needs of a person requiring care
|3 validity points for informed consent||
1. demonstrate capacity to decide 2. decision is made voluntarily 3. person has knowledge of important aspects of treatment