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The brain has a remarkable ability to adapt in the event of damage - in many cases shifting responsibility for specific cognitive functions to other non-damaged brain regions. Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex examines adaptive cortical plasticity in a variety of systems (visual, auditory, somatomotor, cross-modal, language and cognition). The book leads the reader through the complexities and promise of neuroplasticity, and presents insights into current and future research and clinical practice.
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Stephen Lomber is Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, and Department of Psychology, University of Western Ontario. Jos Eggermont is Campbell McLaurin Chair for Hearing Deficiencies, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, and
Department of Psychology, University of Calgary.
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