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The product of creativity tends to depend on our passion, will, and the environment that surrounds us.
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And other neuroscience news for the week of November 9, 2020
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The links between nerve cells, called synapses, allow us to learn and adapt, and hold clues to conditions such as autism, schizophrenia, and more.
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If you were blind since birth and learned how to identify objects by your sense of touch, could you distinguish those objects by sight alone if your vision was suddenly restored?
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Advances in imaging technology allow scientists to look at the wiring that helps us understand our surroundings.
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Do you ever wonder why it is so hard to learn something new? It's due in part to heavy cognitive load. Learn more in this Roundup.
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Tracing a star is easy, but what happens when you add a mirror?
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Students can see how quickly their brain picks up a new skill using the example of code breaking.
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Learn about topics like plasticity, memory, and brain development from the researchers who study them in this video series.
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Learn more about neuroplasticity with this comprehensive infographic.
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Brains are made of plastic. Seems like a ridiculous claim. The brain is not made of plastic. Or, is it?
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An interactive tutorial about the brain and disorders of the brain with photos, animations, and sound.
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