One of the things that gives me some confidence in the timeline (1993, between marriages) is that I learned she was one of the authors of the Harvard Guide to Women's Health, which was on @xzqx's bookshelf. I remember that part clearly.
(Weird, also, to assume I was prudish. I had had a smidgen of exposure to feminist theory at the time, and meant what I said. Sadly, I didn’t have the confidence in the subject to stick to my guns at the time.)
Back in those days, the field spent a lot of time making sure that our dataset was unbiased in the population. But when the population was N<30 or so, drawn from volunteers you could get to wander into the lab, there’s not a lot you could do to ensure an unbiased population.
So he was relatively junior in the department, and taught the experimental Cog Sci class. Well, I thought. He was enthusiastic and engaged and passionate about the subject matter. At the time, there were not a lot of undergrad courses offered by the department, and his stood out.