The Dark Side of “Comprehensive Soldier Fitness”

Why is the world's largest organization of psychologists so aggressively promoting a new, massive, and untested military program? The APA's enthusiasm for mandatory "resilience training" for all U.S. soldiers is troubling on many counts.

New Online Timeline: Psychology, Torture, and the APA Since 9/11

The Coalition for an Ethical Psychology today announces the release of an interactive online timeline detailing the roles of psychologists in the torture and unethical treatment of national security detainees over the years since the 9/11 attacks.

Reclaiming Our Profession: Psychology Ten Years After 9/11

Next September 11th will mark the end of a difficult and pivotal decade for American psychology. The path taken in the months ahead will help determine whether this period is remembered as the decade that forever tarnished the profession or, instead, as a watershed decade in which psychology firmly established its moral bearings.

Psychology for Progressive Purposes

Psychology – the science of human behavior – offers a strong base of knowledge and practice for developing and implementing policies that promote peace, social justice, human rights, and an ecologically sustainable future.

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