July 2009
Ethical Human Psychology & Psychiatry;2009, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p75
Academic Journal
An introduction to articles published within the issue is presented, including one by Peter Breggin which highlights the failure of ethics of psychiatrists to respect the sanctity of the human spirit and another on efforts to protect people from infringement of their rights and abuse under the guise of psychology or psychiatry.


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