Friday, 18 November 2022

What is Brain Plasticity? - Part 2 – Brain Plasticity 1

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Image 1- Just for illustration

Our brain has many parts in which each part has its own functions or authorities. There is a part to control movement of right-hand motions (maneuvers) as a simple example.

If there is disturbance to control movement due to gene, thus we can understand why people use their left hand skillfully.

In current understanding that interrelation between sense, cognition and memory is so close.



 Image 2- A green field, illustration only

Let’s say if we have weakness in a sense that will affect to cognition and memory, and then, even if one got deterioration will affect other senses as well.



Image 3- Yard decoration, illustration only

They are so interdependence. We can see older people who easy to forget a little thing.

It is fact that their senses (feeling, hearing, seeing) not well function anymore, thus they are less able to store their experience images, then get trouble to recall those images after a while.

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Reference

Banks, D. (2016, April 4). “What is brain plasticity and why is it so important?” Retrieved from “theconversation.”

7 comments:

  1. Interesting! I found myself in last few years forgetting things..you know, small details..I guess I am just getting old.

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  2. Me temo que por esa situación pasaremos todos.
    Eso si llegamos...

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  3. Thanks for this interesting post.

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  4. Un abrazo , feliz finde y muchas gracias.

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  5. Triste, pero la mayoría pasaremos por alguno de esos estados. Un abrazo.

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