Authors: Yu. E. Moskalenko, G. B. Weinstein, P. Halvorson, T. I. Kravchenko, N. A. Ryabchikova, A. Feilding, V. N. Semernya, and A. A. Panov Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia Received August 27, 2007 Abstract—Biomechanical properties of the human skull affect its dynamic tensility (pliability or compliance) […]
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).