Read Case Study Four in the text.Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Case Study Four Worksheet.Case 4. Research on Intimate PartnerViolence and the Duty to ProtectDr. Daniela Yeung, a community psychologist, has been conducting a federally fundedethnographic study of men’s attitudes toward intimate partner violence followingconviction and release from prison for spousal abuse. Over the course of a year, she hashad individual monthly interviews with 25 participants while they were in jail andfollowing their release. Aiden, a 35-year-old male parolee convicted of seriously injuringhis wife, has been interviewed by Dr. Yeung on eight occasions. The interviews havecovered a range of personal topics including Aiden’s problem drinking, which ismarked by blackouts and threatening phone calls made to his parents and girlfriendwhen he becomes drunk, usually in the evening. To her knowledge, Aiden has neverfollowed through on these threats. It is clear that Aiden feels very comfortable discussinghis life with Dr. Yeung. One evening Dr. Yeung checks her answering machine andfinds a message from Aiden. His words are slurred and angry: “Now that you know thetruth about what I am you know that there is nothing you can do to help the evil insideme. The bottle is my savior and I will end this with them tonight.” Each time she callsAiden’s home phone she gets a busy signal.Ethical DilemmaDr. Yeung has Aiden’s address, and after 2 hours, she is considering whether ornot to contact emergency services to go to Aiden’s home or to the homes of hisparents and girlfriend.Suggested ReadingsAppelbaum, P., & Rosenbaum, A. (1989). Tarasoff and the researcher: Does the duty toprotect apply in the research setting? American Psychologist, 44(6), 885–894.Fisher, C. B., Oransky, M., Mahadevan, M., Singer, M., Mirhej, G., & Hodge, G. D. (2009). Dodrug abuse researchers have a duty to protect third parties from HIV transmission?Moral perspectives of street drug users. In D. Buchanan, C. B. Fisher, & L. Gable (Eds.),Research with high-risk populations: Balancing science, ethics, and law (pp. 189–206).Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.Gable, L. (2009). Legal challenges raised by non-intervention research conducted underhigh-risk circumstances. In D. Buchanan, C. B. Fisher, & L. Gable (Eds.). Research withhigh-risk populations: Balancing science, ethics, and law (pp. 47–74). Washington, DC:American Psychological Association.Jordan, C. E., Campbell, R., & Follingstad, D. (2010). Violence and women’s mental health:The impact of physical, sexual, & psychological aggression. Annual Review of ClinicalPsychology, 6, 607–628.

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