Researchers have devised a new mathematical model which helps explain how the brain's networks can learn new information while remaining stable.
Researchers succeed in restoring the ability of adult mice to form new connections in the brain.
A new study reports that a drug used to help treatment the crippling effects of stokes also shows potential for healing similar damage in TBI.
A new study reports babies can be trained to recognize language-like sounds which can accelerate the development of brain maps critical to language acquisition.
Researchers discover a functional link between an area of the brain associated with taste memory and an area associated with encoding the time and place the memory occurred.
A new study reports researchers have discovered a new molecular target which is essential for neuroplasticity.
A grant from the NIDA will allow researchers to study changes in the brains of cocaine addicts which lead to relapse.
A new study illustrates the neural effects of TMS with high resolution imaging.
A new study investigates why autism potentially occurs, develops and results in a diversity of symptoms.
Researchers have developed a new type of game that helps train people to enhance their ability to discriminate soft sounds in noisy backgrounds.
DARPA's SUBNETS program includes two complementary research pathways that emphasize neural plasticity and single-neuron recording.
Researchers demonstrate brain plasticity also comes from activity dependent changes in oligodendrocyte precursor cell proliferation and myelin.
Researchers discover the fundamental wiring of the olfactory system in mice sets up shortly after birth and remains stable but adaptable.
Researchers discover the V1 brain region performs complex sequence learning.
Researchers discover evidence of brain plasticity in patients a number of years after suffering strokes which cause permanent brain damage.