February 28, 2012
by Brandy Ringer
JURIST Guest Columnist Dario Ringach, Professor of Neurobiology and Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles, says that the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act was enacted to protect individuals from extremists who adopt methods of violence and true threats, rather than to threaten ...[read more]
February 2, 2012
by Leah Kathryn Sell
JURIST Guest Columnist Jill Levenson, Associate Professor of Psychology at Lynn University, says that sex offender residency restrictions often do little to prevent repeat offenses because they are based on stereotypical notions of recidivism among sex offenders...Recently, the US Court of Appeals ...[read more]
November 26, 2010
by Maureen Cosgrove
The Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA) and the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) petitioned a court on Wednesday to investigate a Guantanamo Bay psychologist who allegedly engaged in activities amounting to professional misconduct. The CJA is seeking disciplinary action against New ...[read more]
September 19, 2008
by Leslie Schulman
The American Psychological Association (APA) announced Wednesday that it had adopted a measure prohibiting members from participating in interrogations of terrorism suspects at Guantanamo Bay and other military prisons where suspects have allegedly been tortured. The resolution, approved by a vote ...[read more]

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