Tag: death penalty
Conscience, Integrity, and Ethics in Medicine & Psychology
Relying on Psychological Assessments do not Right Death Penalty Wrongs for the Intellectually Disabled
Fordham Panel to Address Questions about Human Rights in Age of Fear, Violence and Scarce Resources
In Good Conscience: Human Rights in an Age of Terrorism, Violence, and Limited Resources
APA Bars Psychologists from Participating in National Security Interrogations; ‘It is time to do the same for psychologists’ involvement in death penalty cases’
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