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Current Fellow and Psychologist, Stephen Soldz, publishes new article on Interrogating the Ethics of Operational Psychology

June 23, 2017
Current Fellow-in-Residence and Psychologist, Stephen Soldz, along with colleagues at the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology Bradley Olson and Jean Maria Arrigo, has published an article in the Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology entitled "Interrogating the Ethics of Operational Psychology." The article examines the public review and efforts "towards a consensus set of principles" that have taken place since the Read more about Current Fellow and Psychologist, Stephen Soldz, publishes new article on Interrogating the Ethics of Operational Psychology
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Letter from the Director

September 22, 2016 

Welcome to the 30th anniversary year of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics. A little more than thirty years ago, Harvard President Derek Bok sought to draw medical ethics, legal ethics, and business ethics closer to the world of philosophy. In 1986, the Center for Ethics and the Professions was born. Nurtured by its Founding Director, Dennis Thompson, it grew to embrace ethics and public affairs broadly. Read more

For the Record

June 27, 2017

‘For the Record’ is a new feature where our Fellows-in-Residence have a chance to present some research ideas informally, reflect on their experience at the Center, or report on Center events.

This month’s post is from Stephen Soldz, Professor at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, where he directs the Social Justice and Human rights Program. Read more

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