. Forensic Psychologists, like other types of psychologists, may come across ethical dilemmas in their professional jobs. An ethical dilemma is the result of a situation requiring a choice between undesirable alternatives, often times when two ethical principles are in conflict. Briefly describe (in 3-10 sentences) a hypothetical ethical dilemma and clearly identify the opposing ethical principles.

1. Forensic Psychologists, like other types of psychologists, may come across ethical dilemmas in their professional jobs. An ethical dilemma is the result of a situation requiring a choice between undesirable alternatives, often times when two ethical principles are in conflict. Briefly describe (in 3-10 sentences) a hypothetical ethical dilemma and clearly identify the opposing ethical principles.

 

2. Using the ethical dilemma described in the first question, describe how your personal values lead you place more importance on certain ethical principles over others. For example, in deciding to break confidentiality, you may strongly value safety over confidentiality, leading you to prioritize Nonmaleficience over Respect for People's Rights and Dignity.

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