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If a psychologist violates his or her ethical obligations but breaks no laws, the American Psychological Association could take action and __________. A. send them to prison B. impose a fine C. censure them D. deport them
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User: If a psychologist violates his or her ethical obligations but breaks no laws, the American Psychological Association could take action and __________. A. send them to prison B. impose a fine C. censure them D. deport them

Weegy: If a psychologist violates his or her ethical obligations but breaks no laws, the American Psychological Association could take action and censure them.
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User: When a psychologist is making a determination regarding whether or not a study is ethical, one should first consider __________ versus the demand or desire for increased knowledge in a particular field of study. A. time allowed to complete study B. the money earned C. an individual’s privacy D. the amount of recognition

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When a psychologist is making a determination regarding whether or not a study is ethical, one should first consider an individual’s privacy versus the demand or desire for increased knowledge in a particular field of study.

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