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Title A Web-Based Survey of AAASP Members' Ethical Beliefs and Behaviors in the New Millennium
Source Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 16, 3, pp. 236-250
Access date 14.06.2005
Abstract Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology (AAASP) members (N=1121) were contacted via a series of five broadcast e-mail messages and asked to complete a web-based survey about their personal ethical beliefs and practices germane to the practice of applied sport psychology. The survey inquired about professional beliefs and behaviors of AAASP members using a survey similar to that ofPetitpas et al. (1994), which was instrumental in the development and adoption of AAASP's ethics code. Surveys were completed and returned by 322 individuals. Several differences with small to moderate effect sizes were found in the ethical beliefs and behaviors between men and women, professionals and students, AAASP Certified Consultants and non-Certified Consultants, and individuals from physical education and psychology backgrounds. Furthermore, many challenges to respondents' ethical thinking and conduct were identified. Respondents provided suggestions about the dissemination of ethical information and the role of the Ethics Committee. The results provide initial support for potential changes in the current ethical principles and standards of AAASP.
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Bibliographic typeJournal article
Year of publication2004