This article from Psychology TodayPlastic Is Fantastic . . . for Your Brain explores the topic of neuroplasticity, a topic from the Biological Approach.

Neuroplasticity is defined as your brain’s ability to alter its physical structure, to repair damaged regions, to grow new neurons and get rid of old ones, to rezone regions that performed one task and have them assume a new task, and to change the circuitry that weaves neurons into the networks that allow us to remember, feel, suffer, think, imagine, and dream.


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