Bryant Welch



Moral Drift and the American Psychological Association: The Road to Torture

The author takes a look at the politics of the American Psychological Association from inside its central office in various governance positions. His commentary examines why psychology was important to the Bush administration’s interrogation program, the role psychologists played in detainee torture, and how the APA came to facilitate the process.

American Psychological Association, ethical breach, torture research

Citation: Social Justice Vol. 37, Nos. 2-3 (2010-11): 175-182.


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