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|Dr. Murray Banks|
17 July 1917|
New York, New York (unverified)
|Died||26 August 2008
Rockaway Park, Queens, NY
|Medium||Lecturer, records, books|
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
|Subject(s)||American culture, Self-Help, human behavior, psychology|
|Notable works and roles||"Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined".|
Dr. Murray Banks was one of the most sought after speakers in America in the 1950/60s. Banks was a clinical psychologist, and was formerly a full professor of psychology at Long Island University, and at Pace College, NYC, where he headed the psychology department for over five years. He was also a visiting professor and special lecturer on various subjects at the University at North Carolina, New York University, Temple University, New Jersey State Teachers College, University of Pittsburgh, and Brooklyn College.
- What YOU can learn from the Kinsey Report (Audio Masterworks, 1956)
- The Drama of Sex (1960)
- Just in case you think you're normal (1961)
- Dr. Murray Banks tells Jewish Stories Mit Psychology (1961)
- Dr. Murray Bnks Tells more Jewish Stories Mit Psychology (1964)
- How to live with yourself...or what to do until psychiatrist comes (1965)
- A Lesson in Love
- How to quit smoking in six days or drop dead in seven (1965)
- Anyone who goes to a shrink should have their head examined (1971)
- Banks, Murray, Dr. (1961). Just in Case You Think You're Normal. Murmill Associates.
- Banks, Murray, Dr. (1965). What to do until psychiatrist comes. Murmill Associates.
- Banks, Murray, Dr. (1965). How to Live with Yourself. Murmill Associates.
- Banks, Murray, Dr. (1982). How to Overcome an Inferiority Complex. Murmill Associates.
- Banks, Murray, Dr. (1982). Stop the World I Want to get Off. Murmill Associates.