Article 42 Avoiding deception
Psychologists must avoid deception in their Professional Activities. If temporary deception is unavoidable, psychologists must ensure that the resulting misunderstandings are resolved as soon as possible.
Article 43 No abuse of knowledge, skills or dominance
Psychologists may not abuse their psychological knowledge and skills or the dominance arising from their expertise or position.
Article 44 Listing of education, qualifications, experience, expertise and titles
Psychologists must be meticulous in listing their education and qualifications, experience, expertise and titles.
Article 45 Not raising unrealistic expectations
Psychologists must ensure that no unrealistic expectations are raised with regard to the nature, effects and consequences of their services.
Article 46 Source references
When presenting or publishing findings, psychologists must refer in an appropriate manner to the sources that they have used, insofar as those findings are not based on their own Professional Activities. This applies to both written and oral presentations and publications.
Article 47 Exercising due care in obtaining and reporting Data
Psychologists must exercise due care when obtaining and statistically processing Data and when reporting and explaining the results.