The teams are controversial because some critics consider their participation in what is called enhanced interrogation of detainees in the war on terror a breach of medical ethics. Such was the consternation of the American Psychological Association that it released the "Reaffirmation of the American Psychological Association Position Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment and Its Application to Individuals Defined in the United States Code as “Enemy Combatants" to make clear that any torture and other cruel, Inhuman, or degrading treatment was unethical, whatever the situation.
Psychology group: Aiding in torture unethical; Detainee abuse alleged; Association backs stripping Air Force retiree of professional license.(News)
Jul 11, 2010; Byline: Andrew Welsh-Huggins; The Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Psychologists in the United States have been warned by their...