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In 1939, David Wechsler filled the need for a test of intelligence designed specifically for adults with the publication of his Wechsler-Bellevue test. It quickly became popular among psychologists working with adults, and its more recent revisions remain popular today. Since its creation, Wechsler’s adult intelligence scale has been revised and restandardized numerous times: the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) in 1955, the WAIS-R in 1981, and the WAIS-III in 1997 (Goldstein, 2008; Reisman, 1991).
Eli Todd (1762–1832) Eli Todd made sure that the chorus of voices for humane treatment of the mentally ill was also heard on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean. Todd was a physician in Connecticut in 1800, a time when only three states had hospitals for the mentally ill. The burden for treating the mentally ill typically fell on their families, who often hid their relative out of shame and embarrassment. Todd had learned about Pinel’s efforts in France, and he spread the word among his own medical colleagues in the United States.