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BACB Guideline 1

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Guideline 1 Title Responsible conduct of a behavior analyst
1.01 Title Reliance on Scientific Knowledge
1.01 Reliance on Scientific Knowledge Rely on scientific knowledge when working scientifically or professionally
1.02 Title Competence
1.02 Competence summary (a) Only do things you're competent in (b) Learn new things from competent people before doing them
1.02 Competence (a) Only provide services, teach or research things you're competent in
1.02 Competence is based on Education, training, supervised and professional experience
1.02 Competence (b) Only do new things after studying them from a competent person
1.03 Title Professional Development
1.03 Professional Development Keep up with current research and techniques
1.03 Professional Development (How to do it) Read literature, attend conferences, workshops, get certified
1.04 Title Integrity
1.04 Integrity Summary (a) BA's are truthful and do good work (b) Obey the law (c) Guidelines only apply to work (d) try to resolve conflicts between law and guidelines
1.04 Integrity (a) Truthful; follow-through on commitments with high quality work
1.04 Integrity (b) Obey the legal and moral codes of the community you're in
1.04 Integrity (c) These guidelines only apply to work-related functions or activity that is behavior analytic in nature
1.04 Integrity (d) If these guidelines conflict with the law, try to resolve the conflict in a responible, legal manner
1.05 Title Professional and Scientific Relationships
1.05 Professional and Scientific Relationships Summary (a) Only provide services in a defined and paid role (b) Tell consumers what you're doing (c) If race or other factors affect services, get trained or refer (d) Don't be prejudiced (e) Don't harass people (f) Don't provide services when you're sad
1.05 Professional and Scientific Relationships (a) Only provide services in a defined and paid role
1.05 Professional and Scientific Relationships (b) Tell consumers about what you're doing in understandable language
1.05 Professional and Scientific Relationships (c) If race or other demographic things affect services, get trained or refer to someone else
1.05 Professional and Scientific Relationships (d) Don't be prejudiced
1.05 Professional and Scientific Relationships (e) Don't harass people
1.05 Professional and Scientific Relationships (f) Refrain from providing services if your personal issues affect your effectiveness
1.06 Title Dual Relationships and Conflicts of Interest
1.06 Dual Relationships and Conflicts of Interest (a) You can have social relationships, but be wary of how they affect you
1.06 Dual Relationships and Conflicts of Interest (b) Avoid entering into relationships that are likely to affect your effectiveness
1.06 Dual Relationships and Conflicts of Interest (c) If you find yourself in a dual relationship, try to fix it
1.07 Title Exploitative Relationships
1.07 Exploitative Relationships Summary (a) Don't exploit people you have power over (b) Don't have sex with clients, students or supervisees (c) Don't barter with clients
1.07 Exploitative Relationships (a) Don't exploit people you have power over
1.07 Exploitative Relationships (b) Don't have sex with clients, students or supervisees
1.07 Exploitative Relationships (c) Don't barter with clients
1.06 Dual Relationships and Conflicts of Interest Summary (a) You can have social relationships, but be wary of how they affect you (b) Avoid entering into relationships that are likely to affect your effectiveness (c) If you find yourself in a dual relationship, try to fix it
Created by: Cambam