INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS: The Journal welcomes original manuscripts that address issues pertaining to the psychological factors, individual or group, which influence important current or historical events. We also welcome articles on childhood and the family, past and present. Maximum length should be 9,000 words. All manuscripts must include an abstract of a maximum of 200 words. Authors should also include a brief biographical statement of no more than 150 words. Manuscripts should be composed on a word processor and sent electronically by email as an MS Word document, to David Lotto, Editor, at Manuscripts should follow the University of Chicago Manual of Style. There is a blind review policy so authors should try to leave out all identifying information from the manuscript itself. The author’s name, contact information and the brief biographical statement should be on a separate title page.