Effects of Experience and Environment on the Developing and Mature Brain: Implications for Laboratory Animal Housing.


Decades of research have determined that an animal's brain structure and behavior are molded by experience. Expected experience that plays a critical role in early organization of the brain may be encoded via a process of overproduction of synaptic connections followed by the loss of those that are underutilized during a critical period. However, novel… (More)


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