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Comments on the Hoffman Report Gerald P. Koocher and Ronald F. Levant

Comments on the Hoffman Report Gerald P. Koocher and Ronald F. Levant [Former APA Presidents 2006 and 2005, respectively] The Hoffman Report has assembled in one document a considerable amount of information regarding the APA’s actions (or inactions) in relation to the role of psychologists in national security, interrogation, and torture of detainees by military…

Commentary: A Thoughtful Response to the Hoffman Report

A Thoughtful Response to the Hoffman Report This is reproduced from the APA Division 38 Listserve with permission from the author, Dr. Rosenquist, Ph.D., ABPP. It seems to me that moral courage would not be courage at all if it were easy or without fear. Personally, I think that we ought to all eat humble pie…

APA Press Release and Recommended Actions: Independent Review Cites Collusion with DOD

Press Release and Recommended Actions: Independent Review Cites Collusion Among APA Individuals and Defense Department Officials in Policy on Interrogation Techniques APA Apologizes for “Deeply Disturbing” Findings and Organizational Failures; Announces Initial Policy and Procedural Actions to Correct Shortcomings WASHINGTON — The American Psychological Association (APA) today announced an initial series of policy and procedural steps…