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Maintaining awareness of such biases is important when trying to think through ethical challenges.These considerations currently include but are not limited to, salience (how readily something comes to mind), confirmation bias (the human tendency to look for evidence that confirms their belief and to ignore other evidence), loss aversion (behaviour to avoid loss), beliefs about disclosure (tendency to be more honest when they believe their actions will be known by others), and dissonance reduction (acting to maintain consistent beliefs).This list will evolve over time with the advancement of knowledge in this area.Psychologists are therefore well placed and encouraged to consider these factors in their own decision-making.
They might also want to reflect upon this quote from page 2: Ethical reasoning is often subject to various competing biases.
Please note that while Lucy Johnstone says she won’t engage in a debate about the framework, she is still actively promoting it on Twitter. Now piss off.”Even if they do work out who or where to be referred (which is pretty hard for a regular patient, let alone one of these disorganised bozos) – sometimes they’ve been along to one of these egregious “self-help groups” (which must be veritable buffoon-fests! A good trick that has worked for a lot of people is to simply agree with them (yes, agree! Her children and husband all had (and still have) varying degrees and combinations of ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
We are bringing this to your attention as well as the attention of the trustees not only because Lucy Johnstone directed us to the BPS but also because the presence of the BPS Logo on the Framework lends credence and validity to statements which stigmatise people with ADHD. ”) or managed to print something off – a web site created and maintained by what one can only imagine is one of the world’s greatest slag heaps of tosspots and ne’er-do-wells – and they’ve actually got hold of the NICE guidelines and the name of somewhere/someone to be referred to (and, if out of area, a copy of the rules pointing out you are duty bound to refer there if there’s nothing suitable locally), Tell them you’ll think about it, or that you’ll look into it, to get them out of your office. She was referred to the local service but didn’t hear anything for a while.
See for example this 2016 tweet from the lead author: and this 2018 tweet from another PTMF author: There are plenty more examples from others, but you get the picture.
The authors, of course, as private individuals have the right to their opinions and have the right to publish them under their own names.
But the PTMF, as it states on the copyright page, was printed and published by The British Psychological Society, BPS owns the copyright and their logo tops the cover page.