Terms and Conditions
Statement of Purpose
The key purpose of Psych-it is to promote psychological awareness through the provision of information to members of the public. All of the services that Psych-it provides are done so under the following Terms and Conditions. By using Psych-it you agree to the following Terms and Conditions.
All content on this website is owned by Psych-it unless otherwise indicated. Other than for the purposes of and subject to the conditions prescribed under the Australian Copyright Act 1968 (or any other applicable legislation throughout the world), you are not permitted in any form or by any means to reproduce, adapt, re-transmit, distribute, store in a retrieval system or commercialise the content or any part of it without seeking prior written approval from Psych-it.
You are not permitted to use Psych-it to sell a product or service. However, Psych-it grants you permission to display, print and reproduce this content in unaltered form only for your personal, non-commercial or academic use or use within your organisation so long as you give appropriate acknowledgment of the copyright owner. Apart from any use as permitted under the Australian Copyright Act 1968, all other rights are reserved.
Questionnaires, Self-Awareness Tools and Surveys
All self-awareness questionnaires that are contained on the website are accessible
to the general public for non-commercial use. As per copyright legislation, there
copyright owner/s of questionnaires have received explicit acknowledgement.
Psych-it is committed to protecting the privacy of subscribers to the website in accordance with the principles set out in the Privacy Act 1988. We will only use your personal information (provided during the registration process) to generate the research results published on Psych-it and for analysis of trends in website usage. No individual will be identifiable on any reports resulting from the collection of information on Psych-it.
Provision of Online Testing Services
The owners of Psych-it are bound by the Psychologist's Code of Ethics and have made every attempt to address relevant aspects of the Code and the related Guidelines, and in particular the 'Guidelines for Providing Psychological Services and Products on the Internet.More information about the Psychologists code of ethics and the associated guidelines is available on the Australian Psyhological Society website. Concerns regarding any potential breaching of the ethics code should be directed to the Psychologists Registration Board of Victoria.
Provision of Internet-Based Psychological Information
While Psych-it endeavours to provide users with helpful and guiding information, this website is not, and does not intend to be, a substitute for health, psychological or medical advice from qualified health professionals. Users of this website should always seek the advice of appropriately qualified professional(s) with any questions they have regarding their health; psychological, medical or otherwise.
The information on Psych-it is not intended to be a substitute for professional clinical advice. The online psychological assessment is not intended to be a substitute for any face-to-face psychological evaluation and the assessment is undertaken at the user's own risk, Diagnosis and treatment of a clinical mental health condition can only be undertaken by a qualified mental health professional, using a variety of techniques.
Users of this site should always seek the advice of a qualified health professional with any questions they have regarding their health; psychological, medical or otherwise. The feedback given upon completion of self-awareness questionnaires reflects an interpretation of statistical information, and is under no circumstance a form of professional advice. Psych-it does not guarantee the accuracy or suitability of any information on the website, and will not be liable for any misuse of information found on the website.
Self-awareness tools and surveys are not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. While the results of the self-awareness tools and surveys may be of assistance to you, users should always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with any questions they have regarding their health; psychological, medical or otherwise.
The Psych-it website may contain links to other websites and you may be directed to Psych-it from other websites. These Third Party websites are not investigated, monitored or approved of by Psych-it. We do not endorse any information contained on Third Party sites and we are not responsible for any Third Party Sites accessed through the Psych-it website. Once you leave our website to any Third Party website our terms and policies no longer apply.