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Estudos e Pesquisas em Psicologia

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AYRES, Lygia Santa Maria; CARVALHO, Cíntia de Sousa  and  BARREIRA, Mariana Chaves Botelho. Psychologists's speech within the context of orientation and ethics comission. Estud. pesqui. psicol. [online]. 2015, vol.15, n.3, pp. 948-964. ISSN 1808-4281.

This article aims to analyse the speeches written and submitted by psychologists to the Regional Psychology Council of the State of Rio de Janeiro in relation to allegations and/or law suits forwarded through legal channels by the Regional Psychology Council of the State of Rio de Janeiro. Our goal is to bring into light problematic practices/speeches used by the psychologists denounced by their class councils consists of analyzing some arguments, logics and premises contained in the speech of such professionals in a moment where their actions/interventions are being questioned. Based on the contributions by Foulcault, Bakhtin, Guattari and others, the authors in their enquiries transpose the denounced psychologist's universe by raising speeches/practices to a point beyond these professionals' arguments, placing them in the realm of the contitution of the orientation and ethics comission. This work does not intend to expose, defy or intimidate colleagues in any way, but to contribute through considerations to the formation of psychology as a field concerned with the population by bringing down concepts and foundations that still sustain psychology said to be neutral, objective and scientific and as a result, such professionals.

Keywords : ethic; practices; psychologists; speech.

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