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Place the steps of the decision-making model provided in the Ethics Code for Behavior Analysts in the correct order.
Consider your personal learning history and biases in the context of the relevant individuals.
Evaluate the outcomes to ensure that the action successfully addressed the issue.
Select the action that seems most likely to resolve the specific ethical concern and reduce the likelihood of similar issues arising in the future.
Gather relevant supporting documentation and follow-up on second-hand information to confirm that there is an actual ethical concern.
Identify all relevant individuals.
Critically evaluate each possible action by considering its alignment with the “letter and spirit” of the Code, its potential impact on the client and stakeholders, the likelihood of it immediately resolving the ethical concern, as well as variables such as client preference, social acceptability, degree of restrictiveness, and likelihood of maintenance.
Consult available resources (e.g., research, decision-making models, trusted colleagues).
Take the selected action in collaboration with relevant individuals affected by the issue and document specific actions taken, agreed-upon next steps, names of relevant individuals, and due dates.
Develop several possible actions to reduce or remove risk of harm, prioritizing the best interests of clients in accordance with the Code and applicable laws.
Identify the relevant core principles and Code standards.
Clearly define the issue and consider potential risk of harm to relevant individuals.