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Cerebral PlasticityNew Perspectives$
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Leo M. Chalupa, Nicoletta Berardi, Matteo Caleo, Lucia Galli-Resta, and Tommaso Pizzorusso

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780262015233

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: August 2013

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262015233.001.0001

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Functional Plasticity of the Auditory Cortex

Functional Plasticity of the Auditory Cortex

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(p.215) 17 Functional Plasticity of the Auditory Cortex
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Cerebral Plasticity
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Recanzone Gregg H.

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The MIT Press
DOI:10.7551/mitpress/9780262015233.003.0017

This chapter reviews adult plasticity as a consequence of peripheral lesions, experience, and aging. It also describes the role of the neuromodulator acetylcholine in the plasticity process. It illustrates that the environment, and specifically the behavioral importance and interactions with the environment, have a strong effect on the functional organization of a cortical field. This chapter shows that different neuromodulators have a strong influence on adult auditory cortical plasticity. It suggests that acetylcholine play a key role in cortical plasticity.

Keywords:   adult plasticity, peripheral lesions, experience, aging, acetylcholine, neuromodulators, auditory cortical plasticity

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