Ethics and Values in Industrial-Organizational Psychology

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Fig 2.1 Some important meta-ethical questions to be considered.
Fig 5.1 A developmental model of moral action.
Table 5.1 A comparison of Piaget's stages of moral development and their constituent dimensions.
Table 5.2 Kohlberg's stages of moral development.
Table 7.1 A structural-functional analysis of the values of major American institutions.
Fig 7.1 Changes in family income, by level of income, over 50 years.
Fig 7.2 Three models of social justice.
Fig 8.1 Organizational versus professional standards.
Table 10.1 Anticipated outcomes of four alternative economic policies in which a minimum outcome of 11 is necessary to maintain an adequate level of well-being.
Table 11.1 The Clarkson principles of stakeholder management.
Table 12.1 A categorization of rights.
Table 12.2 Potential roles available to the I/O psychologist and other human resource managers with respect to ethical problems.
Fig 13.1 A categorization of research in I/O psychology based on its intended beneficiaries.
Fig 13.2 Guidelines for informed consent.

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