Rezumat al lucrarii: "Saving New Brain Cells", Scientific American , March 2009 [pdf]. Cum putem salva neuronii noi formati?. Madalina Dana Preda Master IMC an I - 2009.
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<<Tracey J. Shors,a professor in the department of psychology and the Center for Collaborative Neuroscience at Rutgers University, has had a long-standing interest in the neurobiology of learning and memory. Working with Elizabeth Gould of Princeton University, a discoverer of adult neurogenesis, Shors showed that learning enhances the survival of new neurons in the hippocampus and that these neural recruits seem to be involved in some aspects of learning. Some 10 years later Shors continues to ponder the question: “Neurogenesis: What’s learning got to do with it?”<<
Scientific American, Martie 2009, pgs.46-53
Mii de noi neuroni sunt generati in creierul uman al unui adult in fiecare zi .
In cazul invatarii cu efort mare este salvat un procent semnificativ de neuroni.
In cazul invatarii cu efort foarte mare este salvat cel mai mare procent de neuroni noi.Rezultateleexperimentale la sobolani
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Learning Enhances Adult Neurogenesis inthe Hippocampal Formation. Elizabeth Gould, Anna Beylin, Patima Tanapat, Alison Reeves and Tracey J. Shors in Nature Neuroscience, Vol. 2, No. 3, pages 260–265; March 1999.
Neurogenesis in the Adult Is Involved in the Formation of Trace Memories. Tracey J. Shors, George Miesegaes, Anna Beylin, Mingrui Zhao, Tracy Rydel and Elizabeth Gould in Nature, Vol. 410, pages 372–376; March 15, 2001.
Neurogenesis, Learning and Associative Strength. Jaylyn Waddell and Tracey J. Shors in European Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 27, No. 11, pages 3020–3028; June 2008.