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How it Works Discover Feeds. Differential effects of social and physical environmental enrichment on brain plasticity, cognition, and ultrasonic communication in rats The Journal of Comparative Neurology Jun 1, Get PDF. Get paper from. Entire Dentate Gyrus. Structure of Dentate Gyrus.
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The Athlete's Way. For over a decade, neuroscientists have been trying to figure out how neurogenesis the birth of new neurons and neuroplasticity the malleability of neural circuits work together to reshape how we think, remember, and behave. The January findings were published in the journal eLife. For their latest UAB study, Linda Overstreet-Wadiche and Jacques Wadiche —who are both associate professors in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Neurobiology—focused on neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus region of the hippocampus.
The dentate gyrus is an epicenter of neurogenesis responsible for the formation of new episodic memories and the spontaneous exploration of novel environments, among other functions. There are only two major brain regions that are currently believed to have the ability to continually give birth to new neurons via neurogenesis in adults; one is the hippocampus long-term and spatial memory hub the second is the cerebellum coordination and muscle memory hub.
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Notably, granule cells have the highest rate of neurogenesis. Both the hippocampus and cerebellum are packed, chock-full with granule cells. To read a wide range of Psychology Today blog posts on the topic click on this link. As a side note, the olfactory bulb is the only other subcortical brain area known to have high rates of neurogenesis. The latest UAB research suggests that newborn neurons play a role in expediting this process by "winning out" in a survival of the fittest type of neuronal battle against their more elderly or worn out counterparts.
How worn and dusty, then, must be the highways of the world, how deep the ruts of tradition and conformity! From a psychological standpoint, the latest UAB discovery presents the exciting possibility that when adult-born neurons weave into existing neural networks that new memories are created and older memories may be modified. Granule cells in the dentate gyrus are part of a neural circuit that processes sensory and spatial input from other areas of the brain.
By integrating sensory and spatial information, the dentate gyrus has the ability to generate unique and detailed memories of an experience.
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Before this study, Overstreet-Wadiche and her UAB colleagues had a few basic questions about how the newly born granule cells in the dentate gyrus function. They asked themselves two specific questions:. Through a series of complex experiments with mice, Overstreet-Wadiche et al. So, the process of adult neurogenesis not only adds new cells to the network, it promotes plasticity of the existing network. It will be interesting to explore how neurogenesis-induced plasticity contributes to the function of this brain region.
Neurogenesis is typically associated with improved acquisition of new information, but some studies have also suggested that neurogenesis promotes 'forgetting' of existing memories. I describe my philosophy in the Introduction to The Athlete's Way ,.
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If anything, it was believed that people could only lose neurons or "kill brain cells" as we got older. This is fascinating stuff! These are exciting times in neuroscience. Stay tuned for future empirical evidence and scientific research on neurogenesis and neuroplasticity in the months and years ahead.
Adult-born neurons modify excitatory synaptic transmission to existing neurons. This means so much to someone like myself.