Margaret Thaler Singer was a clinical psychologist and researcher with her colleague Lyman Wynne of family communication. She was a prominent figure in the study of undue influence in social and religious contexts.
|Born:||29, 1921, Denver, Colorado|
|Died:||Nov 23, 2003, Berkeley, California|
|Institutions:||American Family Foundation, Cult Awareness Network|
|Alma mater:||University of Denver, B.A, M.S, University of Denver, PhD|
|Doctoral students:||Jesse S. Miller, PhD|
|Known for:||Cults in Our Midst, Crazy Therapies|
Born Malgorzata Jamrozy and known to her fans by the stage name Margaret, this Polish pop vocalist released her first album, Add the Blonde, in 2014. Early in her career, she won a Glam Award; a SuperJedynki; and an Eska Music Award and was nominated for an MTV Europe Music Award.
In her late teens, she performed with a band called oNieboLepiej and won a reality television talent competition titled Szansa na Sukces. Before releasing her first single, "Thank You Very Much," she formed a music group called the Gosia Jamrozy Project.
Her singles "Wasted" and "Start a Fire" both rose to number one on Polish music charts.
The daughter of Elzbieta and Ryszard Jamrozy and the sister of Tomasz Jamrozy, she was raised in Stargard Szczecinski, Poland.
She is a contemporary of fellow award-winning Polish singer Sylwia Grzeszczak.
Information related to Margaret Singer
- Mind control theorists
- Critics of the Unification Church
- Brainwashing theory proponents
- Critics of Scientology
- Researchers of new religious movements and cults
- University of Denver alumni
- American women psychologists