info regarding neural plasticity
J. A. Kiernan
jkiernan at julian.uwo.ca
Tue Nov 15 09:19:50 EST 1994
In article <apearce.784841292 at quapaw.astate.edu> apearce at quapaw.astate.edu (Amy Pearce) writes:
>From: apearce at quapaw.astate.edu (Amy Pearce)
>Subject: info regarding neural plasticity
>Date: 14 Nov 1994 13:34:00 -0600
>Keywords: neural plasticity
>The implications of neural plasticity suggest that the brain is not a
>rigid, unadaptive network of neurons, but rather a flexible, adaptive one.
>Can anyone tell me the most functional forms of plasticity thought to take
>place in the brian that induce recovery from brain damage?
Nearly every textbook with "Neurobiology" or "Neuroscience" in its
title has a chapter devoted to this subject.
Try G. Shepherd's "Neurobiology" (Oxford Univ Press)
or Purves & Lichtman "Principles of Neural Development" (Sinauer)
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