Lawrence J. Friedman, PhD

“Those of us who read and write broadly in the field of psychohistory stand to gain enormously from The Making of Psychohistory. Dr. Elovitz reviews psychohistory more fully and critically than preceding accounts of the discipline. Through his eminently readable narrative, we psychohistorians might now feel ‘grounded’—we stand to know quite clearly when our field began and where we now seem to be headed. Most encouragingly, Elovitz gives us a new confidence in psychohistory’s durability. It will inform our perspectives and those of our students for a very long time.”

(Lawrence J. Friedman, PhD, visiting professor at the Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative at Harvard University and professor emeritus of history at Indiana University)

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