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The neural plasticity, or ability of the brain to change, that this protein stimulates has been shown to boost cognitive function, including learning and memory.Swimming is the ultimate brain exercise. Here’s why.|Purbita Saha|July 28, 2021|Popular-Science
For many people, the brain can spontaneously recover its plasticity once the stress goes away.
Some researchers think that these drugs also enhance plasticity in the brain and, when paired with psychotherapy, can be a powerful treatment.
Neuroscientists suspect that this behavior, known as spike timing dependent plasticity, is the fundamental axiom that neural networks use to code for causality.How to Unlearn a Disease - Issue 103: Healthy Communication|Kelly Clancy|July 14, 2021|Nautilus
This state is critical to our ability to learn and memorize, as well as for plasticity, which is the brain’s ability to adapt to something strange and new.How Virtual Reality Unveiled a Unique Brain Wave That Could Boost Learning|Shelly Fan|July 6, 2021|Singularity Hub
Second is a book on brain plasticity—that is, how the brain constantly reconfigures its own circuitry.
This John is sickly and sallow, his body lacking plasticity.
It may express itself in the masses as mere plasticity and softness of spirit.The New Society|Walther Rathenau
This is what is called plasticity, the power of changing shape without disintegration.Evolution of Life and Form|Annie Wood Besant
For the great advantage, it seems to me, that America possesses over the Old World is its material and moral plasticity.America To-day, Observations and Reflections|William Archer
X-ray-diffraction studies showed no material differences, nor were there detectable differences in “feel”, smell, or plasticity.Atoms, Nature, and Man|Neal O. Hines
Its perfect plasticity allows it to be rolled into sheets, drawn into tubes, or moulded into any desired shape.