Many of his most recent students are grieving and have not yet spoken, but I'll write something on behalf of the students at Columbia. Ed was a marvelous person and the kindest, most generous teacher one could hope for. Ed had a unique way of gently encouraging us to think critically and be clear in our logic; one found that he truly listened to us, and met us fully on our level. When our logic was faulty or we were unclear, Ed would ask gentle questions that never put us on the defensive, but rather helped us reframe our explanations with greater clarity. Ed's reliable warmth and generosity lit up Columbia's Psychology department, and I - and so many of my peers - feel so fortunate to have trained with him. He was deeply inspirational to so many of us, and is truly missed.