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Modern neuroscientific studies of the brains of such feral children show substantial physical differences between their brain and matched controls





Evidence for neural plasticityEdit

Given the brains of feral children show substantial physical differences between their brain and matched controls and suggests that the physical development of the brain requires external stimulation and this evidence lends support to the notion of neuroplasticity.



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