Design Practice in Context: Memory Learning and Neuroplasticity

29/01/2014 § Leave a comment

The Brain That Changes Itself

Neuroplasticity Sensory Brain Maps:

  • Localisation
  • Plastic
  • Changeable
  • Evolving
  • Rewiring

Learning how to learn!

Brain Training Restructuring Brain Anatomy:

  • Practicing new skills
  • Lasting plastic change
  • Increased brain capacity

Bach-Y-Rita

Sensory Devices for Brain Rehabilitation:

  • Brain Rewiring
  • Late Recovery
  • Alternative
  • Neural Pathways
  • New Functions

We See With Our Brain Now With Our Eyes

“We are natural born cyborgs”

  • The brain reorganises itself using a brain-machine interface

Hubel and Weisel Micromapping Visual Cortex

Shaped by Experience

  • Rewiring visual information

Taubs Constraint Induced Therapy

Learned non-use

  • Long term neglect
  • New learning
  • Intensive training

Brain Training – use it or lose it

  • Practicing new skills
  • Lasting plastic change
  • Increased brain capacity
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