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Laura MelendezPallitto

Laura MelendezPallitto

Robert Pallitto is an associate professor of political science at Seton Hall University and a former trial attorney. He is the editor ofTorture and State Violence in the United States (2011). Laura Melendez-Pallitto is director of the Center for Community Research and Engagement at Seton Hall University and has practiced as a licensed clinical psychologist. She is researching the science and ethics of interrogation research. They are both contributors to Foreign Policy In Focus.

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Laura MelendezPallitto

Laura MelendezPallitto

Robert Pallitto is an associate professor of political science at Seton Hall University and a former trial attorney. He is the editor ofTorture and State Violence in the United States (2011). Laura Melendez-Pallitto is director of the Center for Community Research and Engagement at Seton Hall University and has practiced as a licensed clinical psychologist. She is researching the science and ethics of interrogation research. They are both contributors to Foreign Policy In Focus.

Other articles by this author

Psychologists and Torture, Then and Now

By Robert Pallitto and Laura MelendezPallitto, Foreign Policy in Focus | News Analysis