Paul Pearsall

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Paul Pearsall (1942-2007) was an American psychologist and author.

Education[edit]

Pearsall was a 1963 graduate of the University of Michigan. His postgraduate degrees were earned at Wayne State University: a Masters Degree in Educational and Clinical Psychology in 1965, and PhD in Clinical and Educational Psychology in 1968. His postdoctoral work included studies at United States Army War College, and the Arizona, Harvard and Albert Einstein Schools of Medicine.[1]

Published works[edit]

  • Super Joy,[2] Doubleday Books, ISBN 978-0-385-24459-6
  • Awe: The Delights and Dangers of Our Eleventh Emotion ISBN 978-0-7573-0585-6
  • Ten Laws of Lasting Love, Simon & Schuster, ISBN 978-0-671-76798-3
  • Sexual Healing: Using the Power of an Intimate, Loving Relationship to Heal Your Body and Soul, Crown Publishers ISBN 978-0-517-59440-7
  • Toxic Success: How to Stop Striving and Start Thriving, Inner Ocean Publishing, ISBN 978-1-930722-09-5
  • The Power of the Family, Doubleday Books, ISBN 978-0-385-26005-3
  • The Last Self-Help Book You'll Ever Need: Repress Your Anger, Think Negatively, Be a Good Blamer, and Throttle Your Inner Child,[3] Basic, ISBN 978-0-465-05486-2
  • The Beethoven Factor: The New Positive Psychology of Hardiness, Happiness, Healing, and Hope,[4] Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 2003
  • The Heart's Code: Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy,[5] Broadway Books, 1999, ISBN 978-0767900959
  • Super Immunity : Master Your Emotions and Improve Your Health 1988, ISBN 0449133966
  • Super Marital Sex, 1987, ISBN 038524018X
  • Making Miracles, Prentice Hall Press, 1991
  • Write Your Own Pleasure Prescription: 60 Ways to Create Balance and Joy in Your Life, 1997

Death[edit]

Pearsall died of a spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage on July 13, 2007.[6]

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