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Our monthly publication that helps you prepare for changes in social mood.

Socionomics: The Science and History of Social Prediction
Prechter's revolutionary 2-book set.

Toward a New Science of Social Prediction
Prechter's 2-hour presentation at the London School of Economics.

History's Hidden Engine DVD
The DVD version of History's Hidden Engine with a second DVD, "Broader Discussions of Socionomics."

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Free <i>Socionomist</i> Article: Living in a Materiel WorldNEW TWO-PAGE REPORT

Free Socionomist Article: Living in a Materiel World

This article is a follow-up to "How Will the New Social Psychology Affect Military Action?" in the February 2012 issue of The Socionomist. The Institute's Alan Hall looks at how recent events in Syria align with current social mood. He also discusses the prospects for further conflict in the future. Download free report.

The Wave Principle of Human Social BehaviorNEW! ONLINE EDITION

The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior and the New Science of Socionomics

Read the groundbreaking 486-page book from Robert Prechter that introduced socionomics to the world. Access the Online Edition.


Socionomics: A New Perspective on Social Causality (parts 1-3)

In July 2010, Robert Prechter addressed the World Future Society’s annual conference in Boston and presented a whole new way for futurists to apply their craft. Watch the video.

Social Mood, Stock Market Performance and U.S. Presidential ElectionsRESEARCH

Social Mood, Stock Market Performance and U.S. Presidential Elections: A Socionomic Perspective on Voting Results

The "Elections" paper shows a significant positive relationship between net changes in stock prices prior to Election Day and incumbents' chances for re-election. The authors contend that the stock market does not reliably affect elections, and election outcomes do not reliably affect the stock market. Rather, they say, social mood regulates both. Download the paper.

Popular Culture and the Stock MarketCLASSIC REPORT

Popular Culture and Stock Market: Prechter’s Landmark 50-Page Special Report

This groundbreaking 1985 report shows you how Prechter developed socionomic theory from his knowledge of popular music and the stock market. Download your 50-page report (8 MB).


Download History's Hidden Engine

History's Hidden Engine is the result of more than three years of research and dedicated filmmaking by David Edmond Moore.

Socionomics Club members can download the entire film for free! Download History's Hidden Engine.

(Note: You can also watch the streaming version of History's Hidden Engine here.)