Aspirational refers to a strong desire to achieve something high or great. An aspirational code would be intended to reach a higher ethics standard that supercedes being in compliance.

Related Articles

APA Ethics Code at■■■■
APA Ethics Code refers to a common set of principles and standards on which psychologists build their . . . Read More
Inhibited orgasm at■■
Inhibited orgasm refers to inability to achieve orgasm despite adequate sexual desire and arousal which . . . Read More
Intrinsic achievement orientation at■■
Intrinsic achievement orientation refers to a desire to achieve in order to satisfy one’s personal . . . Read More
Barrier at■■
Barrier refers to obstacle to fulfilling some desire, aspiration or need. - It is common in psychological . . . Read More
Testosterone at■■
Testosterone refers to the main hormone associated with sexual ­desire in males. - The most notable . . . Read More
Attack at■■
 ; - In psychology, the term "attack" can refer to a range of behaviors or actions that are intended . . . Read More
Lateral cycling at■■
Lateral cycling means selling or giving a previously purchased product to someone else to use for its . . . Read More
Protoimperative gestures at■■
Protoimperative gestures refer to gestures or vocalizations used to express needs, such as pointing to . . . Read More
Cognitive closure at■■
Cognitive closure: Cognitive closure refers to the psychological desire to reach a final decision swiftly . . . Read More
Need for achievement (nAch) at■■
- Need for achievement (nAch) : The desire to excel or meet some internalized standard of excellence. . . . Read More