What a Bombshell Report Tells Us About the APA’s Abetting of Torture

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U.S. military police officers pat down detainees at Abu Ghraib Prison in Iraq in 2005. The American Psychological Association comes under scathing criticism in a new review of its interactions with military psychologists who designed abusive interrogation techniques used there and at Guantánamo Bay, in Cuba.
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The American Psychological Association gave psychologists involved in the often-brutal interrogation of detainees at Guantánamo Bay and elsewhere a free pass. The association tweaked its ethics code for the convenience of the U.S. military. For...

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