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Definition of Psychohistory
1. [n -RIES]
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Literary usage of Psychohistory
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1. Report of the Congressional Committees Investigating the Iran/Contra Affair by Lee H. Hamilton, Daniel K. Inouye (1995)
"Unfortunately for them, in many other parts of the world psychohistory is correctly not regarded as a useful tool in foreign relations. ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"A psychohistory. Joel Kovel. Pantheon, New York, 1970. xiv + 306 pp. $7.95. Writing the Biomédical Research Paper. Stanley M. Garn. ..."
3. Violence in South Africa: A Variety of Perspectives by Elirea Bornman, René Van Eeden, Marie Wentzel (1998)
"Hamilton, JW (1986). Some observations on the motivations of Lee Harvey Oswald. Journal of psychohistory, 14(1), 43-54. Hamilton, A., Stiles, WB, ..."
4. Child Victims and Witnesses: A Three-State Profile by Jane Crisp (1995)
"New York: The psychohistory Press, 1974. Dziech, BW, & Schudson, CB (1989). On Trial: America's Courts and Their Treatment of Sexually Abused Children. ..."
5. Sexual Abuse Of Young Children In Southern Africa by Linda M. Richter, Andrew Dawes, Craig Higson-Smith, Human Sciences Research Council (2004)
"New York: The psychohistory Press. Drieschner, K., & Lange, A. (1999). ... Journal of psychohistory, 19, pp. 191-214. Kardiner, A. (1939). ..."