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That number improved by 33% after 10 sessions that included playing games aimed at increasing brain activity and neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to form new neural connections and recover from injury.
Anu found the answer in the Eaton Arrowsmith Academy in Vancouver, which focuses on the neuroplasticity of the brain — essentially training the brain to function at a new level.
This cellular regeneration is known as neuroplasticity.
As the concept of adult neuroplasticity encroached on the dogma of critical periods, a new generation of neuroscientists seized on sensory-substitution devices as a valuable tool with which to probe human brain development and organization.
The key to DARPA’s project is neuroplasticity, a field of study the military is trying to catch up on.
Researchers say that these dramatic differences are a result of neuroplasticity—the ways in which the human brain adapts and changes itself in response to different conditions.
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