Ethical dilemmas for the forensic psychologist: Solitary confinement, torture, racial injustice and human rights in the U.S. prison system

Ethical dilemmas for the forensic psychologist: Solitary confinement, torture, racial injustice and human rights in the U.S. prison system

Common Hour Gathering
Tuesday May 23 2017, 3:30-5:30PM
The Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University | Chicago

Do sufficient checks and balances exist?

Can psychologists ethically justify such practices?

Do these practices violate human rights?

Faculty members Dr. Neal Rubin, Dr. Shanavia Dansby and Dr. Susan Zoline, along with Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology students Danielle Calas and Bianca Vigil will provide commentary on these important issues. Future implications for forensic students and psychologists will also be discussed followed by an open forum for questions and community dialogue.

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ILLINOIS SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AT ARGOSY UNIVERSITY | CHICAGO
225 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1300
312.777.7600 | 800.626.4123
argosy.edu/locations/chicago-downtown

Refreshments Served!

Sponsored by the Forensics Forum and the International Psychology Club (Division 52)

RSVP Required: Tina Spears, tspears@argosy.edu

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