an expert in psychohistory n.
I’m trying to look at it from the angle of psychohistorian. If there’d been telepaths in the past, things might have been different.
Piper’s Son in Astounding Science-Fiction Feb. 23/2
The semantics expert, the psychohistorian, and the ethnologist joined them.
Outcasts of Solar III in Planet Stories Spring 29/1
It is not an easy thing to be a Psychohistorian in the first place; and not even the best Psychohistorian need necessarily qualify to be a Speaker.
…And Now You Don’t in Astounding Science Fiction Nov. 18/2
Tomlin, the psycho-historian, you never could tell, could you?… A dry-as-dust profession and an appearance to go with it.
Lords of Creation in Nebula Science Fiction Dec. 80
Back in 1950, I wrote a short story…. In it, the great psychohistorian, Hari Seldon, is about to demonstrate an important point.
Lost Art in Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Feb. 110
Seldon crossed the grounds in his passage from his office (First Minister) to his laboratory (Psychohistorian).
Cleon the Emperor in Asimov’s Science Fiction Apr. 247
The stand-out story is ‘Historical Crisis’, by Donald Kingsbury. It is nothing more than a parody of The Foundation Trilogy…. It’s set in the Second Empire and concerns the fate of a renegade Psychohistorian.
Far Futures, Bright Reefs in Interzone (#103) Jan. 57/3
"Lewis Padgett", in Astounding
Research HistorySuggested by Fred Galvin, who also submitted the 1945 cite.
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