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Justice system. Much of it is partially relevant to other countries, although because of different standards of training and local legislation, there might be disparities in respect of the applicability both of administrative as well as of professional codes. While the justice system clearly has moral significance of a distinctive kind, it experiences its own changes and developments, as do other social institutions and organizations in which psychologists function. Differences of goals, professional demands in respect of ethical obligations, and particularly différences in the knowledge base available to various staff subgroups may characterize many diverse service settings.

In the past, psychology's concern with research practice and invasion of privacy has centred on personality testing, polygraph examinations, confidentiality of school records, and the use of subliminal advertising techniques [49]. Surprisingly, very little attention has been paid to the behavioural researcher's role as an invader of privacy [23,35]. Our eighth paradox concerns the psychologist's goal of understanding behaviour by observing behaviour in the real world that others may object to or perceive as obnoxious invasions of privacy [see 24 and 26 for a discussion of this issue].

New York Times p. Al ; 1969. B3. August 6, 1980. 4. Anonymous. Legal implications of psychological 33. Schultz D. P. The human subject in psychological research. Psychol. Bull. 72, 214, 1969. research with human subjects. Duke Law J. 265, 1960. 34. Shah S. A. Privileged communications, confidentiality, 5. Apple R. W. Jr. v. station stirs London and privacy. Profession. Psychol. 56, 1969. storm—demand to reveal source of data on British medical model is inappropriate to the bulk of our research and introduces cumbersome and unnecessary legalisms.

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