Definition of neuroplasticity
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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.
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.
The key to DARPA’s project is neuroplasticity, a field of study the military is trying to catch up on.
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