Guidelines for Practice

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Abstract

Originally published in Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 1999, Vol 44(2), 169–170. A review of the book, “The Ethical Practice of Psychology in Organizations” (see record 1998-07138-000). Lowman has done a superb job in this book of developing and discussing cases illustrative of a wide range of practices and behaviors that present challenges to professional judgment. This book can be used productively in graduate courses focusing on the professional practice of industrial and organizational psychology. The book can also be recommended to current practitioners as a rich source of case studies relevant to the day-to-day experiences and challenges that have already been encountered or that may be relevant to future issues with their clients. Lowman's strategy of sharing both the initial input and elements of editing with contributing editors and reviewers provides much greater assurance that the material presented here is not narrow, unusual, or idiosyncratic.widely. This book can serve an important role in graduate seminars or courses in industrial and organizational psychology and organizational behavior. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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