User talk:Schlobb

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Hi. I noticed this article you've just created. Wikipedia is intended as an encyclopedia. As such, a reasonably intelligent person without specialist knowledge should be able to read an article and at least understand what the topic is. This article singularly fails to achieve this! Without dumbing it down, would you consider making some amends? --Dweller 11:24, 21 September 2006 (UTC)

I tried to help. I'll assume good faith that you're not just being pedantic by removing the reference to the word "brain" that I inserted. --Dweller 11:31, 21 September 2006 (UTC)

Response to Prethalamus[edit]

Sorry. That was not on purpose, I was editing the article at the same time. I think the articles have to be precise (My students are using W. fortheir seminars!). So it s always hard between simplifying and too much detail.

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To find an article's PubMed ID, find the article here and the ID number will be under its abstract. Face-smile.svg Anthony (talk) 14:36, 12 August 2010 (UTC)