Max Lüscher

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Max Lüscher (2005)

Max Lüscher (September 9, 1923 – February 2, 2017) was a Swiss psychotherapist. He was known for inventing the Lüscher color test. This was a tool for measuring an individual's psycho-physical state based on his or her color preferences. Lüscher worked for international companies, among other things giving color advice.[1] His book The Lüscher Test has been translated into more than 30 languages.

Lüscher died in Lucerne, Switzerland on February 2, 2017, aged 93.[2]

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  1. Ubran, D. (2014, July 22). Who Are We and Why? The Lüscher Color Test. Retrieved February 9, 2017, from http://www.schirn.de/en/magazine/context/who_are_we_and_why_the_luescher_color_test/
  2. Death Notice

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