APA Votes Down Moratorium on Interrogations

A piece in the San Francisco Chronicle confirms that APA overwhelmingly voted down the moratorium on interrogations. This seems like a case of APA falling short, but I’m waiting to hear more about this decision and the debate surrounding it.

Here’s a second, slightly more informative Chronicle article.

And another story, this one at the Washington Post.

In the meantime, for the avid reader, here’s the open letter from psychologists Steven Soldz, Brad Olson, and Steven Reisner (and many co-signers) to APA’s president, Sharon Behm, Ph.D.

Kalea Chapman, Psy.D.


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Clinical Psychologist practicing in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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