Brain Adaptations: Entertainment Food
Posted in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Forum
#1 Jan 26, 2013
People who have vision handicaps often claim that they are able to create "visual-like auditory mind maps" which help them navigate through ambiguous sensory spaces with minimal clues.
How does the human brain gauge this plasticity process? That is, how does the brain create plasticity cellular processes that effectively substitute for electrical signal strength substitution events in the event of cellular damage (i.e., blind people with auditory strength training)?
Illuminating this perception question will institutionally reveal important psycho-sociological principles regarding the intelligent marketability of adaptation-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "See No Evil, Hear No Evil" (1989).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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