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About the chartEdit
This chart shows the evolution of six child-rearing psychogenic modes in the most advanced countries. It is based on the black and white chart that appears on page 246 of "The Emotional Life of Nations" by Lloyd deMause (2002). The chart also appeared in earlier works by Lloyd deMause.
Evolution of the six psychogenic modes in the most advanced countries.
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