Judd Marmor (2 May 1910 – 16 December 2003) was an American psychoanalyst and psychiatrist known for his role in removing homosexuality from the American Psychiatric Association Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
Life and career
Marmor and Evelyn Hooker began collaborating on depathologizing homosexuality in the mid-1960s. She contributed a chapter to his 1965 book Sexual Inversion and recruited him for a task force on homosexuality sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health.
He died on 16 December 2003.
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- Tarkan, Laurie (December 19, 2003). Dr. Judd Marmor, 93, Dies; Led Change in View of Gays. New York Times
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- Woo, Elaine (December 20, 2003). Judd Marmor, 93; Helped End Classification of Gays as Ill. Los Angeles Times
- Green R (2004). In Memoriam: Judd Marmor, MD. Archives of Sexual Behavior Volume 33, Number 4 / August, 2004 Pages 327-328
- Judd Marmor Papers via ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives