- Memo to Congress: Stop Fighting Scientific Research
- How Psychology Can Help Ferguson Heal
- The Psychology of Torture
- The Victims of Immigration Policy: Children of Broken Homes and a Broken System
Beyond Medicine: Addressing Broader Roots of Illness in Health Care Reform
Op-Ed from APA CEO Norman B. Anderson about integrating psychology into health care reform.
Saying it Again: Psychologists May Never Participate in Torture
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is an opinion editorial by the president of the American Psychological Association responding to recent media reports surrounding Bush administration memos seeking to justify the use of harsh interrogation techniques. Feel free to reprint it in its entirety with credit to APA and Dr. James H. Bray .
How Do We Stop the Spreading Symbols of Hate and Intolerance?
An op-ed by Sharon Stephens Brehm, PhD, former president of the APA, concerning hate crimes.
An APA OpEd: Understanding and Preventing Hate Crimes
Research has indicated that while most people believe themselves to be free of prejudice, many also harbor attitudes that may lead to subtle discriminatory beliefs or behaviors. This contradiction between self-perception and actual behavior indicates that everyone needs to be vigilant about their own attitudes -- and what we might be inadvertently teaching others around us, particularly children and students.
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