Lee Salk, 65, a renowned child psychologist, author of...

Deaths elsewhere

May 04, 1992

Lee Salk, 65, a renowned child psychologist, author of eight LTC books on family relationships, and brother of polio vaccine inventor Jonas Salk, died of a heart attack Saturday in New York. He was the author of the books "How To Raise A Human Being," "What Every Child Would Like His Parents To Know," "Preparing For Parenthood," "What Every Child Would Like Parents To Know About Divorce," "Dear Dr. Salk," "Ask Dr. Salk," and "My Father, My Son: Intimate Relationships." Another, "Familyhood, Nurturing the Values That Matter," is to be published in August.

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