Neuroplasticity



The Sentis Brain Animation Series takes you on a tour of the brain through a series of short and sharp animations.

The fourth in the series explains how our most complex organ is capable of changing throughout our lives. This inspiring animation demonstrates how we all have the ability to learn and change by rewiring our brains.

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24 thoughts on “Neuroplasticity

  1. Thank you Sentis. May i have permission to post your video to my FB page? I'm starting up a free community event on Facebook that allows members posting of positive things to encourage personal growth and changes we want to make over 21+ days.

  2. True but nothing new about this! I was "training" an electronic Neural net during the 3rd year of my degree in 1993. Why this is being made out to be a new discovery I have no idea. Christ, Artificial intelligence is based on this principle…. durgh!!!
    Also "plasticity" is the ability of a material to change shape without cracking or fracturing. Comparing this to what happens in the brain is almost as stupid as these people that think they're telling you something new.

  3. I didn't need a scientist to tell me the brain doesn't change throughout our lives. They think they're the only people that know anything. We are supposed to believe all the rubbish they produce

  4. there is literally nothing but metaphors in this video. "roads" "paths" "rewiring" "strengthen". maybe you could explain the actual biology/neuroscience next time.

  5. This is amazing, and super helpful. My mom showed it to me, and my class, and then I showed it to my friends that have been having problems. They told me it really helps.

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