Professional and Ethical Code of Conduct - Behavior Analysis

List the general label for each section of the "Code"
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1.0
Responsible Conduct of Behavior Analysts
1.01
Reliance on Scientific Knowledge
1.02
Boundaries of Competence
1.03
Maintaining Competence through Professional Development
1.04
Integrity
1.05
Professional and Scientific Relationships
1.06
Multiple Relationships and Conflicts of Interest
1.07
Exploitative Relationships
2.0
Behavior Analysts' Responsibility to Clients
2.01
Accepting Clients
2.02
Responsibility
2.03
Consultation
2.04
Third Party Involvement in Services
2.05
Rights and Prerogatives of Clients
2.06
Maintaining Confidentiality
2.07
Maintaining Records
2.08
Disclosures
2.09
Treatment Intervention Efficacy
2.10
Documenting Professional Work and Research
2.11
Records and Data
2.12
Contracts, Fees, and Financial Arrangements
2.13
Accuracy in Billing Reports
2.14
Referrals and Fees
2.15
Interrupting or Discontinuing Services
3.0
Assessing Behavior
3.01
Behavior-Analytic Assessment
3.02
Medical Consultation
3.03
Behavior-Analytic Assessment Consent
3.04
Explaining Assessment Results
3.05
Consent-Client Records
4.0
Behavior Analysts and the Behavior-Change Program
4.01
Conceptual Consistency
4.02
Involving Clients in Planning and Consent
4.03
Individualized Behavior-Change Programs
4.04
Approving Behavior-Change Programs
4.05
Describing Behavior-Change Program Objectives
4.06
Describing Conditions for Behavior-Change Program Success
4.07
Environmental Conditions that Interfere with Implementation
4.08
Considerations Regarding Punishment Procedures
4.09
Least Restrictive Procedures
4.10
Avoiding Harmful Reinforcers
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4.11
Discontinuing Behavior-Change Programs and Behavior-Analytic Services
5.0
Behavior Analysts as Supervisors
5.01
Supervisory Competence
5.02
Supervisory Volume
5.03
Supervisory Delegation
5.04
Designing Effective Supervision and Training
5.05
Communication of Supervision Conditions
5.06
Providing Feedback to Supervisees
5.07
Evaluating the Effects of Supervision
6.0
Behavior Analysts' Ethical Responsibility to the Profession of Behavior Analysts
6.01
Affirming Principles
6.02
Disseminating Behavior Analysis
7.0
Behavior Analysts' Ethical Responsibility to Colleagues
7.01
Promoting an Ethical Culture
7.02
Ethical Violations by Others and Risk of Harm
8.0
Public Statements
8.01
Avoiding False or Deceptive Statements
8.02
Intellectual Property
8.03
Statements by Others
8.04
Media Presentations and Media-Based Services
8.05
Testimonials and Advertising
8.06
In-Person Solicitation
9.0
Behavior Analysts and Research
9.01
Conforming with Laws and Regulations
9.02
Characteristics of Responsible Research
9.03
Informed Consent
9.04
Using Confidential Information for Didactic or Instructive Purposes
9.05
Debriefing
9.06
Grant and Journal Reviews
9.07
Plagiarism
9.08
Acknowledging Contributions
9.09
Accuracy and Use of Data
10.0
Behavior Analysts' Ethical Responsibility to the BACB
10.01
Truthful and Accurate Information Provided to the BACB
10.02
Timely Responding, Reporting, and Updating Information Provided to the BACB
10.03
Confidentiality and BACB Intellectual Property
10.04
Examination Honesty and Irregularities
10.05
Compliance with BACB Supervision and Coursework Standards
10.06
Being Familiar with this Code
10.07
Discouraging Misrepresentation by Non-Certified Individuals
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