Ed died July 21, 2022, in New York City, where he lived for all his adult life.
Coming to Princeton from Weehawken (N.J.) High School, where he was editor of the school newspaper, he participated in the Speakers’ Bureau, the United World Federalists, and the Liberal Religious Association. Majoring in sociology, he was a member of Court Club and the Psychology Club, which presaged his later graduate study and career choices.
Earning a master’s degree at the University of Michigan and a doctorate at Columbia, he became a psychology professor at Queens College of the City University of New York. He also was a clinical psychologist, a psychotherapist, and an author of two books about male sexuality.
He was married for 61 years to Eleanor T. Harvey, who also holds a Ph.D. and has published books about the Middle East. They enjoyed their apartment on Riverside Drive with views of the Hudson River and a vacation home in West Chesterfield, Mass.
Ed is survived by Eleanor; two sons, Christopher and Jeremy and their spouses; and four grandchildren.