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Assessment of Values in Psychology

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APA Guidelines for the Undergraduate Psychology Major

GOAL 5: Values in Psychology: Value empirical evidence, tolerate ambiguity, act ethically, and reflect other values that are the underpinnings of psychology as a science.

5.1 Recognize the necessity of ethical behavior in all aspects of the science and practice of psychology.

5.2 Demonstrate reasonable skepticism and intellectual curiosity by asking questions about causes of


5.3 Seek and evaluate scientific evidence for psychological claims.

5.4 Tolerate ambiguity and realize that psychological explanations are often complex and tentative.

5.5 Recognize and respect human diversity.

5.6 Assess and justify their engagement with respect to civic, social, and global responsibilities.

5.7 Understand the limitations of their psychological knowledge and skills.



AAC&U VALUE Rubric: Ethical Reasoning

     Components of the rubric:

Ethical self-awareness

Understanding different ethical perspectives/concepts

Ethical issue recognition

Application of ethical perspectives/concepts

Evaluation of different ethical perspectives/concepts






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