Psychology Group Votes To Ban Members From Taking Part In Interrogations

Psychology Group Votes To Ban Members From Taking Part In Interrogations

By Dina Temple-Raston

The American Psychological Association has been criticized for enabling harsh national security interrogations by keeping its ethics policy in line with the Defense Department’s interrogation program.

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