Which of the following best states the main point of the passage? A. The approach of psychohistorians to historical study is currently in vogue even though it lacks the rigor and verifiability of traditional historical method. B. Traditional historians can benefit from studying the techniques and findings of psychohistorians. C. Areas of sociological study such as childhood and work are of little interest to traditional historians. D. The psychological assessment of an individual's behavior and attitudes is more informative than the details of his or her daily life. E. History is composed of unique and nonrepeating events that must be individually analyzed on the basis of publicly verifiable evidence.