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Editor's Forward to the Article “Psychologists and the Use of Torture in Interrogations” and Invited Comments about That Article
Maruyama, Geoffrey; Peterson, Jamie J.
Psychologists and the Use of Torture in Interrogations
Costanzo, Mark; Gerrity, Ellen; Lykes, M. Brinton
Commentary on “Psychologists and the Use of Torture in Interrogations”
Behnke, Stephen H.; Koocher, Gerald P.
Psychologists and Interrogations: What's Torture Got to Do with It?
Hubbard, Kirk M.
APA and the Participation of Psychologists in Situations in Which Human Rights Are Violated: Comment on “Psychologists and the Use of Torture in Interrogations”
Positive Illusions and the Necessity of a Bright Line Forbidding Psychologist Involvement in Detainee Interrogations
Olson, Brad; Soldz, Stephen
Torture, Interrogation, Security, and Psychology: Absolutistic versus Complex Thinking
Thoughts on Psychologists, Ethics, and the Use of Torture in Interrogations: Don't Ignore Varying Roles and Complexities
Zimbardo, Philip G.
Immigrants in the Community: New Opportunities, New Struggles
The Use of Research in the Seattle and Jefferson County Desegregation Cases: Connecting Social Science and the Law
Tropp, Linda R.; Smith, Amy E.; Crosby, Faye J.
Applying Psychology to Help Save the World: Reflections on a Career in Psychology
Public Perceptions About Sex Offenders and Community Protection Policies
Levenson, Jill S.; Brannon, Yolanda N.; Fortney, Timothy; Baker, Juanita
The Malleability of Environmentalism
Wade-Benzoni, Kimberly A.; Li, Min; Thompson, Leigh L.; Bazerman, Max H.
Hurricane Katrina: African American Children's Perceptions of Race, Class, and Government Involvement Amid a National Crisis
Brown, Christia Spears; Mistry, Rashmita S.; Bigler, Rebecca S.
Can Social Psychology Depoliticize the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?
The Wild Grass Growing at the Poor Man's Door
Latina Girls: Voices of Adolescent Strength in the United States
Philosophy and Power in Political Science Research
Stress: Can't Live with It, Can't Live Without It
Considering Diversity in Feminist Research
The Gay Marriage Debate
The Psychological Consequences of America's War on Terrorism: Using What We Know to Reduce the Damage
Immigration from a Social-Psychological Perspective
To Whom Should Responsibility Be Attributed
The Devil Made Them Do It?
Review of DiFonzo & Bordia: Rumor Psychology
The Good Samaritan Is Good for Business
Constructive Conflict Resolution
Revisiting Textbook Orthodoxy in Psychology: Review of Steve Duck's Human Relationships
Bridging the Cultural Divide: Why Psychologists Must Begin to Take Culture Seriously and How They Can