APA Rejects Ban on Participating in Coercive Interrogation

San Francisco Bay Guardian | August 22, 2007
While other leading medical associations have banned doctors and psychiatrists from participating in coercive prisoner interrogations at CIA-run sites, many American Psychological Association members argue that psychologists can help ensure subjects are treated in an ethical and humane manner.

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