The Beckley Foundation, with Professor Moskalenko, investigated the relationship between CC and a standard test of cognitive functioning named the “Prognosis 1” method. We tested the cognitive functioning of 39 participants between the ages of 70 and 84, which included a number of participants who were suffering from various stages of dementia. The severity of […]
exploration in medical cranial compliance
Since its inception in 1998, the Beckley Foundation has written a number of scientific reports and publications on cranial compliance, or the dynamic functioning of the cranial system as a whole: the skull, the brain tissue, and cranial fluids. The Beckley Foundation’s pioneering work on the topic investigated the relationship between cranial compliance and cognitive function in a study conducted in collaboratoin with Russian Yuri Professor Moskalenko. Neurological activity and the sensitive systems of the brain continue to be a main focus of the Beckley Foundation’s scientific programme, which is currently testing brain function using the latest brain-imaging technology (fMRI and MEG).