Saturday, May 12, 2012

Spitzer's Apology

Have you heard that the author of a 2003 controversial study on therapy to change sexual orientation reportedly has apologized for his conclusions? Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Columbia University, Dr. Robert Spitzer’s apology essentially represents a retraction of his original study conclusions, thus eliminating alleged evidence that a person’s innate sexual orientation can be changed through some type of psychological intervention. Allegedly, the conclusions of Spitzer’s original study were used by some organizations to make claims that sexual orientation is a choice and that it could be changed through therapy. (

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