Some articles of forensic interest in the October 2007 issue of the APA’s Monitor on Psychology 38(9):
- APA’s council calls for ban on torture: APA names specific torture methods that the U.S. government should prohibit.
- Stay involved or get out? APA members deliberate whether psychologists should play a role in military interrogations.
- Evil’s mundane roots: Three renowned behavioral scientists illuminate the triggers of our darkest behaviors.
- Stop the genocide: Several psychologists are working to end Darfur’s ethnic cleansing.
- Deeper than sticks and stones: Discrimination not only undermines a person’s self-worth, it can destroy family life.
- Psychologists’ testimony may not help: Judges and juries tend to trust their guts over psychologists’ testimony, speakers report.