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About the INPP Method

INPP (Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology) was established in 1975 by Peter Blythe PhD to carry out research into the relationship between immature functioning of the central nervous system and learning, behaviour and emotional functioning.


Over the last 40 years INPP has developed consistent methods of identifying and assessing signs of neuromotor immaturity (NMI) using standardised neurological tests and has developed a programme of specific movement interventions which provide another opportunity for maturation to take place which can be measured.  Although further research is still required in this field, the application of the INPP philosophy and aspects of the method have been the subject of research, which has been published in peer reviewed journals.


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