Jean Maria Arrigo
|Jean Maria Arrigo|
|Awards||AAAS Award for Scientific Freedom and Responsibility|
Arrigo was a member of a 2005 American Psychological Association (APA) task force evaluating the role of psychologists in U.S. intelligence and military interrogations of detainees. She became known for exposing conflicts of interest of most of the others on the nominally independent task force, who were allied in advance with advocates of harsh interrogation methods.
For her whistleblowing actions, the APA honored Arrigo in 2015 and the American Association for the Advancement of Science presented their 2015 AAAS Award for Scientific Freedom and Responsibility to her.
- "Torture Is for Amateurs'". International Society for Military Ethics. 2006.
- Sins and Salvations in Clandestine Scientific Research: A Social Psychological and Epistemological Inquiry, Claremont Graduate University, 1999
- Jean Maria Arrigo; Richard V. Wagner (16 July 2014). "Military Ethics and Peace Psychology: A Dialogue". Special Issue of Peace and Conflict. Psychology Press: 2. ISBN 978-1-317-75920-1.
- APA Interrogation Task Force Member Dr. Jean Maria Arrigo Exposes Group's Ties to Military. ’’Democracy Now!’’. 20 Aug 2007.
- Jean Maria Arrigo at Coalition for an Ethical Psychology site
- Spencer Ackerman. 'A national hero': psychologist who warned of torture collusion gets her due. ‘’The Guardian’’. 13 July 2015.
- Steven M. Watt. Psychologists Honor Anti-Torture Whistleblower. Government, Now It’s Your Move. aclu.org, 10 Aug 2015.
- 2015 AAAS Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award Goes to Social Psychologist Jean Maria Arrigo (8 Feb 2016) at aaas.org
- APA Interrogation Task Force Member Dr. Jean Maria Arrigo Exposes Group's Ties to Military, Democracy Now, August 20, 2007