2001
DOI: 10.1590/s0001-37652001000200006
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Abstract: ABSTRACTBefore 1960, the brain was considered by scientists to be immutable, subject only to genetic control. In the early sixties, however, investigators were seriously speculating that environmental influences might be capable of altering brain structure. By 1964, two research laboratories proved that the morphology and chemistry or physiology of the brain could be experientially altered (Bennett et al. 1964, Hubel andWiesel 1965). Since then, the capacity of the brain to respond to environmental input, spe… Show more

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