A push to ban psychologists' role in torture
Boston Globe, United States - Aug 17, 2008
[PHOTO] Dressed as an enemy combatant,
psychologist Antonia Cedrone staged a protest
yesterday outside the convention. (WENDY
MAEDA/GLOBE STAFF) By Tania deLuzuriaga
Holding signs that read, "Do no harm" and "Abolish
Psychological association, its members oppose
Boston Globe, United States - Aug 16, 2008
In a series of resolutions dating more than 20 years,
the APA has resoundingly condemned torture and the
involvement of any psychologist in torture or abuse ...
200 protest psychologists' interrogation role
USA Today - Aug 16, 2008
By Sharon Jayson, USA TODAY BOSTON — About
200 demonstrators rallied Saturday outside the
convention hall where some 14000 are attending the
annual meeting ...
Psychologists Clash on Aiding Interrogations
New York Times, United States - Aug 15, 2008
By BENEDICT CAREY They have closely studied
suspects, looking for mental quirks. They have
suggested lines of questioning. They have helped
decide when a ...
Hundreds Protest Psychologists' Role In Torture
Evening Bulletin, PA - 14 hours ago
Outside the American Psychological Association's
116th annual convention this weekend in Boston,
between 100 and 200 psychologists rallied together to
Vote Against Torture: Psychologists Vote on
Referendum Against ...
Atlantic Free Press, Netherlands - Aug 17, 2008
by Stephen Soldz The American Psychological
Association has been racked with controversy over
the role of psychologists in Bush regime detainee ...
Issues about Psychologists present during
TopNews, India - Aug 17, 2008
Military or intelligence agencies have taken help of
psychologists while interrogating criminals from time to
time. Psychologists have helped in ...
APA Says No - No Psychologist Should Be
Involved In Interrogation
eMaxHealth.com, NC - Aug 17, 2008
The American Psychological Association is deeply
concerned about the alleged involvement of a
psychologist in an abusive interrogation of a
The Role of Psychologists in Military
Interrogations, Subject of ...
eFluxMedia - Aug 17, 2008
By Alice Carver There are already many divergent
opinions over the role US psychologists should play in
military interrogations ...
Psychologists Argue on Helping Military
Enews 2.0, UK - Aug 17, 2008
By Daniel Nicholas Psychologists have studied
suspects and have been looking for mental quirks.
They have also suggested the lines of interrogation
Psychologists divided over interrogations
United Press International - Aug 16, 2008
BOSTON, Aug. 16 (UPI) -- US psychologists are
expressing divergent views over the role their
profession should play in military and intelligence ...