|Full name||Joyce Diane Bauer|
|Know as||Joyce Brothers, Brothers, Joyce|
|Birth place||Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA|
|Lived||85 years, 6 month, 24 days|
|Height||5' (1.52 m)|
|Spouse||Milton Brothers ; child|
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Joyce Diane Bauer Biography:
Brothers became a well-known television and radio persona, dispensing onair guidance as an expert psychologist, and made many chain and movie appearances throughout her profession while composing ten novels. She expired on May 13, 2013. Her parents were lawyers who’d a practice together, and Bauer finally attended Cornell University, graduating from the age of 19. By 1953, she had earned her Ph.D. in psychology from Columbia University.
She wed Milton Brothers in 1949, and upon the arrival of the daughter, the young mom gave up her university teaching places to stay home. Together with the family struggling financially, relying simply upon Milton’s income as a health resident, Brothers embarked on a TV career by being a contestant on the game show The $64,000 Question in 1955. Though initially applying to the system as a psychology specialist, she was instead placed to be a specialist on boxing. Brothers carried on to come up with an encyclopedic familiarity with the sport and went to win to the very best prize of the game, becoming the sole girl to do this.
When accusations of gameshow rigging came up in regards to Question, both Brothers and producers said that she was innocent of any wrongdoing. The truth is, Brothers claimed that producers had attempted to get her off the program as a result of pressure in the head of Revlon, as she wore no make-up. However, she was unable to be removed as she understood the answers to the tough questions thrown her way.
After her game show triumphs, Brothers became a well-known TV personality, co-hosting a sports program and after that hosting her own series, The Dr. Joyce Brothers Show, in 1958. On the show, she talked about parenting, marital problems, intimacy and sexuality in a period when such matters were usually not discussed openly in U.S. culture. The show eventually went to some late night time slot and ran until 1963, with Brothers doing call in radio work too. Brothers is credited with bringing to mass media audiences significant mental theories, while also facing criticism from some stations for dispensing guidance in this structure.
Also, Brothers authored 10 books, with names including Better Than Ever (1976), What Every Woman Should Be Aware Of About Love and Marriage (1984) along with the partial memoir Widowed (1990). Brothers received accolades and awards from various associations and organizations, for instance, American Psychological Association. She expired on May 13, 2013, in the age of 85, in Fort Lee, New Jersey. She was survived by her daughter, Lisa Brothers Arbisser, and her younger sister, Elaine Goldsmith, as well as grandchildren and great grandchildren.