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Jean Maria Arrigo

Social psychologist and oral historian who participated in the 2005 APA task force that condoned psychologists’ involvement in enhanced interrogations, and later blew the whistle. She is a member of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology and established the APA PENS Debate Collection at University of Colorado at Boulder Archives.

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