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Signers to the Call for Annulment of the APA's PENS Report


Individual Signers (Continued)

Note: Affiliations that appear below are for identification purposes only

Joseph Miller, PhD Psychology, Associate Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN, Portland

Julian Rappaport, Ph. D. Clinicl/Community Psychology, Emeritus Professor, Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign

Laura Kerr, PhD, IMFT, San Francisco

Sofia Martinez, Educator, organizer, Los Jardines Institute, Albuquerque

Camilo Perez Bustillo, Professor of Law, UNAM, Founder and lead Legal team for the 'International Tribunal of Conscience' Pueblos en Movimiento, Mexico DF

Katerina Tsantila, PhD student

Dorinda Moreno, U.S. Secretariat, TICPM, International Tribunal of Conscience, Pueblos en Movimiento, Santa Maria, CA

Natalie Smith, MA English literature - high school teacher retired, Gaylord

Barbara Joye, M.A. English, Atlanta

Daniel McKitrick, PhD, retired, Gaston

Mario Dollschnieder, PhD, Psychologist, Manchester

Bethany Spielman, Ph.D, J.D., Southern Illinois Unviersity School of Medicine, Chatham

Paul G. Mattiuzzi, PhD,, Sacramento

Deanne Bell, PhD, Psychologists for Social Responsibility, New York

Sara McClelland, Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Amy Schaffer, Ph.D., New York

Nancy Henley, Ph.D., Professor Emerita, UCLA (Dept. of Psychology), Cockeysville

Frances Ward, PhD, RN, assistant professor, Westfield

Mark Brennan-Ing, PhD, AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, New York

T. Kerby Neill, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist and Life Member of APA, Volunteer, Central Kentucky Council for Peace and Justice, Lexington

Janine Schwab, Peace and Conflict Resolution, American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia, PA

Deborah Tolman, EdD, Hunter College, CUNY, New York

Gregory DeClue, psychologist, Sarasota

Mary Jane Alumbaugh, PhD, APA, Santa Maria

Arlene Gallan, PhD, APA member, Wilmington

Jonathan Thomas, MSW, NASW, S. Deerfield

Anne Olson, human rights activist, Independent, Decatur

Susan Czernicka, EdD, self employed, Westport

Maureen Osborne, Psychology PhD, Licensed psychologist in PA, private practice, Berwyn

Janis Bohan, PhD, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Louisville

Tammy Krause, law, University of Manchseter, Manchester

Michael Andregg, Ph.D., University of St. Thomas, St. Paul

Michael O'Loughlin, Ph.D., Adelphi University, New Hyde Park

Marion Oke, psychologist, Aust. Psychological Society, Glenlyon

Anneke Sools, Assistant professor narrative psychology (PhD), Twente University, department of psychologie, health, and technology, utrecht

J.L. Angell, Social and Behavioral Research, Retired, Rescue CA

Debra Rothschild, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice, New York City NEW YORK

Lawrence Brown, Ph.D., William Alanson White Institute, Larchmont New York

Steven Botticelli, PhD, NYU Postdoctoral Program, New York NY

Alan Gross, Ph.D., New York Peace Institute, Mediators Beyond Borders, Pocono Pines PA

Marguerite Stewart, Psy.D., Division 39 APA, Denver CO

Cathy McGuire, retired, Terre Haute IN

James Carnelia, Ph.D, Private Practice, New York City and Briarcliff Manor New York

Karen Marisak, Ph.D., New York NY

Alexandra Petrou, PhD Student, New York NY

James Traub, MSW, New York City NY

Cecile Lardon, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology Alaska

Karen Goodman, Ph.D., psychologist, Private practice, Poughkeepsie New York

Amy Wenzel, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, Havertown PA

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