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Psychological Assoc. Considers Changing Rules on Interrogations

HeadlineAug 05, 2016

Meanwhile, the American Psychological Association will vote today on whether to roll back some of its new rules prohibiting its members from participating in interrogations that could lead to torture. The APA is the world’s largest professional association of psychologists. In a historic vote last year, the APA banned its members from such work after an independent investigation documented how the APA leadership actively colluded with the Pentagon and the CIA torture programs. Click here to see all our past coverage of the APA, including the 2015 vote.

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