Conceptualizing functional neuroplasticity.

@article{Grafman2000ConceptualizingFN,
  title={Conceptualizing functional neuroplasticity.},
  author={Jordan Grafman},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={2000},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={345-55; quiz 355-6}
}
There are at least four major forms of functional neuroplasticity that can be studied in humans: homologous area adaptation, cross-modal reassignment, map expansion, and compensatory masquerade. Homologous area adaptation is the assumption of a particular cognitive process by a homologous region in the opposite hemisphere. Cross-modal reassignment occurs when structures previously devoted to processing a particular kind of sensory input now accepts input from a new sensory method. Map expansion… CONTINUE READING
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