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Stephen Soldz

Ending the psychological mind games on detainees

By Stephen Soldz
August 10, 2008

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WHEN MOST people think of psychologists, they think of a professional helping them with life's emotional difficulties, or of a researcher studying human or animal behavior. Since the Bush administration and the war on terrorism have transformed our country, however, a new, more ominous image of psychologists has slowly seeped into public consciousness. (Full article: 716 words)

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