Dr. Lewis L. Judd, Advocate of Brain Science, Dies at 88

Lewis Lund Judd was born in Los Angeles on Feb. 10, 1930, the first of two sons of Dr. George Ezra Judd, an obstetrician-gynecologist, and Emmeline (Lund) Judd, a homemaker. His younger brother, Howard, also a doctor, died in 2007. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters — Stephanie Judd, a psychologist; Catherine Judd, a professor of English at the University of Miami; and Allison Fee, an occupational therapist — and five grandchildren.

After graduating from Harvard School, a Los Angeles boys’ prep school (now part of the coeducational Harvard-Westlake School), Dr. Judd entered the University of Utah, where he completed a degree in psychology in 1954. He studied medicine at George Washington University and at the…

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