Definition of psychohistorian in English:

psychohistorian

Pronunciation /ˌsīkō(h)iˈstôrēən/

noun

See psychohistory

‘After reading Isaac Asimov's classic ‘Foundation ‘novels, he nurtured a secret desire to be one of Asimov's ‘psychohistorians ‘- futuristic social scientists who could predict the course of human history.’’
  • ‘Even psychohistorians have discovered the Empire: a recent call for papers was made on the subject of ‘America as an Imperial Power?’’
  • ‘All along Ariadne is, even with her transformation into a psychohistorian and mathematical physicist, a particular interactive finite body, a particular finite system of ideas.’