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A short perspective on this website.

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Please note:
* The PNI cannot do any specific consultations over the world wide web and any e-mails or other communications in that regard cannot be answered.
* You should consult your physician for medical information.
* We strive to portray scientific information, but ultimately are expressing opinion. Opinions can be disputed so that consulting other sources are always valua ble -- but do ensure that those sources are appropriate and not just hearsay.
* Like most websites, we provide links but we cannot guarantee the content of these links. These can change at any time, so particular care should be taken in their interpretations.
* Finally, we hope you this site is useful to you. It is broad spectrum reflecting, as it does, the brain and its integral links with behavior, brain medications, research and medicolegal elements, as well as some philosophy.

Because pni.org contains so much we thought we would highlight a few particularly special areas or pages that have become popular (always bearing in mind the limitations, we've outlined above):

* The latest classification and management of closed head injuries.
* Key research on deja vu (déjà vu) summarized.
* Dr Neppe's pioneering work on child prodigies, genius and a new technique to measure exceptional intelligence
* The interfacing areas of what people refer to as psychic experience, the brain and articles about what constitutes abnormal and normal in this context.
* The development of new PNI measuring instruments.
* The most important single advance on the internet, secure email, as reflected by the runaway leader in the area, Zmail
* Additionally, you will find a challenging mind-body philosophical theory that has enormous potential implications, if true --- vortex pluralism.
* For fun, a favorite game is our "dice game" where people can test their guessing skills. There are always limitations to such games but we are try to collect data there and hence there is even a detailed research consent form if participating seriously.
* Many people are interested in our pharmacology section. None seems more popular than the area covering caffeine.

* And, of course, we recommend your visiting brainvoyage.com.

 

 

 

 


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