Psychohistory is an amalgam of psychology, history, and related social sciences and the humanities. It examines the "why" of history, especially the difference between stated intention and actual behavior. Psychobiography, childhood, group dynamics, mechanisms of psychic defense, dreams, and creativity are primary areas of research. It works to combine the insights of psychology, especially psychoanalysis, with the research methodology of the social sciences and humanities to understand the emotional origin of the behavior of individuals, groups and nations, past and present. An incredible amo ...more

Foundation (Foundation, #1)
Foundation's Edge (Foundation #4)
Forward the Foundation (Foundation: Prequel #2)
Prelude to Foundation
Second Foundation (Foundation #3)
Foundation and Empire (Foundation #2)
Foundations of Psychohistory
The Foundation Trilogy (Foundation, #1-3)
The Emotional Life of Nations
The History of Childhood: The Untold Story of Child Abuse
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The Emotionally Distur...
J. Louise Despert
Parents And Children In History; The Psychology Of Family Life In Early Modern France
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The Angel Makers: A St...
Gordon Rattray Taylor
The Child in Human Progress
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The Origins of War in ...
Lloyd DeMause

Isaac Asimov
Since emotions are few and reasons many, the behavior or a crowd can be more easily predicted than the behavior of one person can. And that, in turn, means that if laws are to be developed that enable the current of history to be predicted, then one must deal with large populations, the larger the better. That might itself be the First Law of Psychohistory, the key to the study of Humanics. Yet.' R. Giskard Reventlov ...more
Isaac Asimov, Robots and Empire

Stefan Molyneux
We already live on the planet of war, we already live on the red planet, and it's a war against children. All the other wars are just the shadows of the war on children. ...more
Stefan Molyneux

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