According to an investigation by Mark Micale, PhD,1 University of Illinois Professor of History and author and editor of a number of influential books on the history of psychiatry, the events here were cited as the most important changes in psychiatry since 1945.
For more on this topic, see The 10 Most Important Changes in Psychiatry Since 1945: An Invitation to Readers, by Greg Eghigian, PhD, on which this slideshow was based.
Dr Eghigian is the History of Psychiatry Section Editor for Psychiatric Times. His full bio can found here.
1. Micale MS. The ten most important changes in psychiatry since World War II. Hist Psychiatry. 2014;25:485-491.