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neu·ro·plas·tic·i·ty

 (no͝or′ō-plăs-tĭs′ĭ-tē, nyo͝or′-)
n.
The ability of the brain to change in structure or function in response to experience.

neu′ro·plas′tic (-plăs′tĭk) adj.
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Transcranial magnetic stimulation and the motor learning-associated cortical plasticity.
Comparing cortical plasticity induced by conventional and high-definition 4 x 1 ring tDCS: a neurophysiological study.
According to the authors, this may provide new insights into the nature and the reversibility of cortical plasticity in patients with amputations and its link to phantom limb syndrome and pain.
Massive cross-modal cortical plasticity and the emergence of a new cortical area in developmentally blind mammals.
sup][6] Because declarative memory and perceptual learning extend throughout the lifespan, the cortical plasticity based on these processes should not be restrained by any period.
This intervention induces cortical plasticity and reactivates the closed-loop pathway between the impaired cortical tract and the limb by using the cortical command to drive the device for the generation of the afferent volley.
Improvement and decline in tactile discrimination behavior after cortical plasticity induced by passive tactile coactivation.
Cortical plasticity and preserved function in early blindness.
Characterizing brain cortical plasticity and network dynamics across the age-span in health and disease with TMS-EEG and TMS-fMRI.
Cortical plasticity researcher Levine takes the neuroplastic model of stroke recovery from the scientific books and journals and shows how it can help stroke survivors rewire their damaged brain to recover their cognitive abilities.
Likewise, evidence supports the involvement of modulatory neurotransmitters in cortical plasticity (Kirkwood et al.
We are just beginning to tease apart the mechanisms of adult cortical plasticity.