News about our knowledge of the brain and behavior
from Anthony Risser, Ph.D.
Sunday, August 02, 2015
Tell The APA That Torture is Wrong And That They Need to Become Ethical Representatives of Psychology
Tell the American Psychological Association that torture is wrong, that they need to find a way to become ethical representatives of psychology and psychologists --- or they should just remove themselves from being a body that purports to represent American psychologists and psychology.
[Photo by Anthony Risser, 15 June 2008, Philadelphia]
Anthony Risser, Ph.D. is a consulting neuropsychologist. My interests include online and distributed applications in medicine, clinical trials,
professional training, and undergraduate/graduate education.
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