Learning-related gray and white matter changes in humans: an update.

  title={Learning-related gray and white matter changes in humans: an update.},
  author={Marco Taubert and Arno Villringer and Patrick Ragert},
  journal={The Neuroscientist : a review journal bringing neurobiology, neurology and psychiatry},
  volume={18 4},
In contrast to a long-held view that structural brain plasticity is restricted to critical periods during ontogenesis, it is now well established that the adult human brain preserves its capacity for functional and structural changes throughout life. Although early experimental studies were mainly performed in animals, technical developments especially in the field of MRI enabled the non-invasive observation of functional and structural reorganization in the human brain. This article reports… CONTINUE READING
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