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Following repeated denials that its members were complicit in Bush administration-era torture, leading group of psychologists faces a reckoning. Yet the organization withstood all public criticism, until New York Times reporter James Risen revealed, based in part on a hoard of emails from a deceased behavioral-science researcher named Scott Gerwehr, the behind-the-scenes ties between psychologists from the APA and their influential counterparts More news
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