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Code of ethics for ACSM certified and registered professionals
Ethical issues in clinical settings: a reaction to ethics in teaching, advising, and clinical services
Berger, Bonnie G. (1993). Ethical issues in clinical settings: a reaction to ethics in teaching, advising, and clinical services. Quest, 45:106-119.
Ethics, codes and behavior
Drowatzky, John N. (1993). Ethics, codes and behavior. Quest, 45:22-31.
Ethical issues in human research
Kroll, Walter. (1993). Ethical issues in human research. Quest, 45:32-44.
Ethical considerations in human movement research
Olivier, Steve. (1995). Ethical considerations in human movement research. Quest, 47:135-143.
Ethics review of research projects involving human subjects
Olivier, Steve. (2002). Ethics review of research projects involving human subjects. Quest, 54:196-204.
Future directions of inquiry in adapted physical activity
Reid, Greg. (2000). Future directions of inquiry in adapted physical activity. Quest, 52:369-381.
Application of a scientific ethics approach to sport decisions
Zeigler, Earle F. (1980). Application of a scientific ethics approach to sport decisions. Quest, 32:8-21.
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