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A push to ban psychologists' role in torture

Dressed as an enemy combatant, psychologist Antonia Cedrone staged a protest yesterday outside the convention. Dressed as an enemy combatant, psychologist Antonia Cedrone staged a protest yesterday outside the convention. (WENDY MAEDA/GLOBE STAFF)
By Tania deLuzuriaga
Globe Staff / August 17, 2008

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Holding signs that read, "Do no harm" and "Abolish torture," about 100 people attended a rally outside the American Psychological Association's annual convention yesterday, urging the organizations to ban its members from being involved in military interrogations and torture as part of the war on terrorism. (Full article: 540 words)

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