2019
DOI: 10.2118/197532-ms
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Dr Amal Al Halyan, Abeer Al Badi, Bashayer Al Hosani

Abstract: Abstract Decades ago, scientists believed that the adult brain is fully formed and unchanged. However, it was found recently that the brain is adaptive and can change in both forms: physical and functional forms. This phenomenon is called (neuroplasticity). In simple terms, the neurons (i.e. brain cells) can create newer connections (i.e. physical form) and have better performance (functionality); or go the opposite way. Scientists are greatly interested in this re-wiring characteristic because …

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