• Reviews core ethical principles
• Discusses factors that affect ethical decision-making
• Describes how to create systems for teaching and maintaining ethical behavior
• Discusses how to identify your own scope of competence in autism treatment
• Describes the process of evidence-based practice and how it can be applied to behavior-analytic treatment for autism
• Discusses the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and how to be a good collaborator
• Reviews common mistakes students and supervisors make when analyzing ethical dilemmas, along with common misapplications of ethical codes
• Matthew T. Brodhead, Assistant Professor, Department of counseling, Educational Psychology, and Special Education, Michigan State University.
• David J. Cox, Director of Research, Behavioral Health and Technology Research Clinic, University of Florida.
• Shawn P. Quigley, Director of Professional Development and Clinical Training, Melmark, Berwyn, PA USA