Stephen Soldz

STEPHEN SOLDZ is a psychoanalyst, psychologist, public health researcher, and faculty member at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis. He edits the Psyche, Science, and Society blog. He is a founder of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology, one of the organizations working to change American Psychological Association policy on participation in abusive interrogations. He is President-Elect of Psychologists for Social Responsibility [PsySR].

Hawai’ian Mind Games

The Maker or the Tool?

Torture Accountability After All?

Army Interrogators on Torture

The Dark Side of “Comprehensive Soldier Fitness”

On the Humiliating Treatment of PFC Bradley Manning

The Torture Career of Egypt’s New Vice President

Fleecing Members, Colluding in Torture

Iraq War Logs

Guatemalan Research Horrors and US Hypocrisy

CIA Experiments in Torture

The "Black Jail"

Covering Up Civilian Deaths

Iceland Sets New Path Toward Press Freedom

The Battle Over Informed Consent

The Seven Paragraphs on Torture

The Guantánamo Suicides

The "Ethical Interrogation"?

Psychologist Complicity in Torture Challenged

Spreading Hysteria About Swine Flu "Hysteria"

Psychologist Accused of War Crimes Opposes Investigations

The American Psychological Association and the Missing Ethics Investigation

Will the American Psychological Association Renounce the Nuremberg Defense?

Psychologist Bryce Lefever Clarifies Defense of Torture

APA Ethics Policy-Maker Endorses Torture