Brain Plasticity Development

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As Stated by Kleim, and Jones, Neural plasticity is “believed to be the basis for both learning in the intact brain and relearning in the damaged brain that occurs through physical rehabilitation and is the relearning of skills in the damaged brain” (Kleim, J., & Jones, T). Neural plasticity is also defined as the ability to continuously change with experiences. Brain plasticity allows the brain to respond to environmental changes or changes within the brain itself (Kolb, B. (1995) pg 4-5). Thought out a person life there are many types of brain plasticity happening. The first is in a person early childhood. This is when the brain changes dramatically in it structure, organization and behavior. Learning new skills or behaviors and it

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