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plasticityplas‧tic‧i‧ty /plæˈstɪsəti/ noun [uncountable]  technicalAVSHAPE the quality of being easily made into any shape, and of staying in that shape until someone changes it
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plasticityWhile this may be true, we should remember the fragility and plasticity of the human psyche.Another obvious way of increasing plasticity is to mix a relatively fine plastic clay with a stiff clay.This strengthens the claim that there are real universal biochemical principles involved in such mechanisms of neural plasticity.This allows clays to become plastic so that they can be shaped-the property of plasticity.In general their presence increases the clay's plasticity.Alterations in this component could provide a means by which synapses increase their plasticity, as well as their efficiency.
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