Saturday, August 8, 2015

Psychology Association Votes to Bar Members From Participating in Interrogations

Updated | The American Psychological Association (APA) voted nearly unanimously on Friday in favor of a resolution prohibiting its members from participating in national security interrogations. Retired Col. Larry James, the former top Army intelligence psychologist at Guantanamo, had the only dissenting vote, Democracy Now reports. The vote was taken amid the group’s 123rd annual convention…




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