APA Rejects Proposal to Reverse Rules Barring Psychologists from Interrogations

HeadlineAug 10, 2018

The American Psychological Association has voted to reject a proposal, pushed by the Pentagon, to reverse its new rules barring its psychologists from participating in interrogations. The APA approved the rules in 2015 after an independent investigation showed how the APA leadership actively colluded with the Pentagon and the CIA torture programs. The American Psychological Association is the largest group of psychologists in the world.

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