Lloyd deMause

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Lloyd deMause
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Lloyd deMause in 2007

Born Detroit, United States
Nationality American
Known for Psychohistory

Lloyd deMause, pronounced de-Moss (born September 19, 1931 in Detroit, Michigan), is an American social thinker known for his work in the field of psychohistory. He did graduate work in political science at Columbia University and later trained as a lay psychoanalyst, which is defined as a psychoanalyst who does not have a medical degree. He is the founder of The Journal of Psychohistory.


  • DeMause, Lloyd (1974). The history of childhood. New York: Harper and Row. ISBN 0061318485. 
  • DeMause, Lloyd (1975). A bibliography of psychohistory. New York: Garland Pub. ISBN 0-8240-9999-0. 
  • DeMause, Lloyd (1975). The New psychohistory. New York: Psychohistory Press. ISBN 0-914434-01-2. 
  • Ebel, Henry; deMause, Lloyd (1977). Jimmy Carter and American fantasy: psychohistorical explorations. New York: Two Continents. ISBN 0-8467-0363-7. 
  • DeMause, Lloyd (1982). Foundations of psychohistory. New York: Creative Roots. ISBN 0-940508-01-X. 
  • DeMause, Lloyd (1984). Reagan's America. New York: Creative Roots. ISBN 0-940508-02-8. 
  • DeMause, Lloyd (2002). The Emotional Life of Nations. New York: Karnac. ISBN 1-892746-98-0. 
  • DeMause, Lloyd (1995 pbk). The History of Childhood. Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson. ISBN 1-56821-551-7.