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Author: Sarah Berry


We can have the sense that an experience changes us, and in his last New York Times best-selling book, Dr Norman Doidge explored how our experiences actually change our brains.

The science of neuroplasticity – the understanding that our brains can rewire themselves in response to our experiences and actions – has turned on its head the notion we’ve held for hundreds of years; that the brain is hardwired; a computer that operates from the command centre in our heads controlling our limbs and bodily functions…

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