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Marc Pilisuk

Marc Pilisuk

Roy Eidelson is a clinical psychologist and the president of Eidelson Consulting, where he studies, writes about and consults on the role of psychological issues in political, organizational and group conflict settings. He is past president of Psychologists for Social Responsibility, associate director of the Solomon Asch Center for Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict at Bryn Mawr College and a member of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology. Roy can be reached at reidelson@eidelsonconsulting.com.

Marc Pilisuk is professor Emeritus, the University of California, and professor, Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center. He is the author (with Jennifer Achord Rountree) of "Who Benefits from Global Violence and War: Uncovering a Destructive System" (Greenwood/Praeger, 2008) and the co-editor (with Michael Nagler) of "Peace Movements Worldwide" (Praeger/ABC-CLIO, 2011). Marc can be reached at mpilisuk@saybrook.edu.

Stephen Soldz is a psychoanalyst, psychologist, public health researcher, faculty member at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis and president of Psychologists for Social Responsibility. He has conducted extensive research on psychosocial prevention and treatment interventions. He edits the Psyche, Science and Society blog and 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. Stephen can be reached at ssoldz@bgsp.edu.

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Marc Pilisuk

Marc Pilisuk

Roy Eidelson is a clinical psychologist and the president of Eidelson Consulting, where he studies, writes about and consults on the role of psychological issues in political, organizational and group conflict settings. He is past president of Psychologists for Social Responsibility, associate director of the Solomon Asch Center for Study of Ethnopolitical Conflict at Bryn Mawr College and a member of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology. Roy can be reached at reidelson@eidelsonconsulting.com.

Marc Pilisuk is professor Emeritus, the University of California, and professor, Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center. He is the author (with Jennifer Achord Rountree) of "Who Benefits from Global Violence and War: Uncovering a Destructive System" (Greenwood/Praeger, 2008) and the co-editor (with Michael Nagler) of "Peace Movements Worldwide" (Praeger/ABC-CLIO, 2011). Marc can be reached at mpilisuk@saybrook.edu.

Stephen Soldz is a psychoanalyst, psychologist, public health researcher, faculty member at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis and president of Psychologists for Social Responsibility. He has conducted extensive research on psychosocial prevention and treatment interventions. He edits the Psyche, Science and Society blog and 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. Stephen can be reached at ssoldz@bgsp.edu.

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The Dark Side of "Comprehensive Soldier Fitness"

By Roy Eidelson, Stephen Soldz and Marc Pilisuk, Truthout | News Analysis