The Brain That Changes Itself
427 pages, 2007
science & nature1064 books
Neuroplasticity: the brain's ability to change and rewire itself by forming new connections between its neurons in response to stimulation — is one of the most exciting frontiers in medicine today. It holds revolutionary implications for people with disabilities or brain damage such as strokes and spinal cord injuries, for people with learning disabilities (including dyslexia), attention deficit disorder (ADD), or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), for victims of brain trauma such as car accidents or falling off ladders — and for all of us as we grow older because it's our ability to change that determines how well we adjust to new challenges.
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