Karen S. Kitchener

University of Denver, Denver, CO, United States 
Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology
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Kitchener KS, Anderson SK. (2011) Foundations of ethical practice, research, and teaching in psychology and counseling, second edition Foundations of Ethical Practice, Research, and Teaching in Psychology and Counseling, Second Edition. 1-350
King PM, Kitchener KS. (2004) Reflective Judgment: Theory and Research on the Development of Epistemic Assumptions Through Adulthood Educational Psychologist. 39: 5-18
Anderson SK, Kitchener KS. (1998) Nonsexual posttherapy relationships: A conceptual framework to assess ethical risks Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 29: 91-99
Fly BJ, Van Bark WP, Weinman L, et al. (1997) Ethical transgressions of psychology graduate students: Critical incidents with implications for training Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 28: 492-495
Kitchener KS. (1996) There is more to ethics than principles Counseling Psychologist. 24: 92-97
Anderson SK, Kitchener KS. (1996) Nonromantic, nonsexual posttherapy relationships between psychologists and former clients: An exploratory study of critical incidents Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 27: 59-66
Kitchener KS, Lynch CL, Fischer KW, et al. (1993) Developmental Range of Reflective Judgment: The Effect of Contextual Support and Practice on Developmental Stage Developmental Psychology. 29: 893-906
Kitchener KS. (1992) Psychologist as Teacher and Mentor: Affirming Ethical Values Throughout the Curriculum Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 23: 190-195
Welfel ER, Kitchener KS. (1992) Introduction to the Special Section: Ethics Education-An Agenda for the '90s Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 23: 179-181
Kitchener KS, King PM, Wood PK, et al. (1989) Sequentiality and Consistency in the development of reflective judgment: A six-year longitudinal study Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 10: 73-95
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