Psychohistory Discussion List
JOIN THE PSYCHOHISTORY DISCUSSION GROUP
Psychohistorians from all over the
world discuss their specialty, historical motivation of events,
past and present, on the Psychohistory Discussion Group on psychohistory.topica.com.
This discussion group, sponsored by The Institute for Psychohistory,
can be viewed at www.topica.com/lists/psychohistory
and can be joined by sending a blank email to: email@example.com
I invite you all to join us and discover what psychohistory is all
Lloyd deMause, Editor , The Journal
addition, you may wish to visit the following web sites on the Internet:
"The International Psychohistorical Association and the Profession
of Psychohistory" by Henry Lawton.
"Lloyd deMause and Psychohistory"
"Digital Archive of PSYCHOHISTORY Articles & Texts"
Eric Heimstadt's ongoing project for the preservation and dissemination
of psychohistorical texts, whose goal is to create a comprehensive
psychohistorical library. Now contains over one hundred articles
and six books pertaining to psychohistory, trauma model, prenatal
and cultic studies. Also features a full set of psychohistory-related
"Women and Children at the Cutting Edge of Historical Change"
by Lloyd deMause
"The Evolution of Childrearing Modes" by Lloyd deMause
"International Bulletin of Political Psychology (IBPP)"
IBPP is an electronic weekly designed to sensitize behavioral and
social scientists, public officials, mass media representatives,
social activists and informed citizenry to the psychology of politics
and the politics of psychology. This sensitization encompasses that
which is scientific, formalistic, and analytic, as well as that
which is intuitive, experiential, and synthetic. Because of its
weekly format, IBPP presents the opportunity for a quick analysis
of current events and issues and a privileged look at what researchers
are engaged in - well before publication of their work. Our intent
is to have a real-world effect on research, policy, legislation,
mass media coverage, and international events.