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Contents List of contributors xi Part I Vision 1 Reprogramming of striate and extrstriate visual cortices following retinal lesions 1 B. Dreher 2 Visual cortex reprogramming following retinal lesions or artificial scotomas: perceptual effects and neural circuitry 45 W. Burke 3 Remodeling of cortical connections and enhanced long-term potentiation after lesions of the visual cortex 59 Ulf T. Eysel and Thomas Mittmann 4 Reorganization of cerebral functions following primary visual cortex damage during infancy 71 Stephen G. Lomber and Bertram R. Payne 5 Behavioral and neural alterations following V1 damage in immature primates 89 Hillary R. Rodman 6 Neurological changes underlying motion perception plasticity after lesions of extrastriate visual cortex in adult cats 113 Krystel R. Huxlin Part II Audition 7 A time-line of auditory cortical reorganization after noise-induced hearing loss 141 Jos J. Eggermont 8 Development, maintenance and plasticity of tonotopic projections from cochlea to auditory cortex 157 Robert V. Harrison 9 Central auditory plasticity in mouse models of progressive sensorineural hearing loss 179 James F. Willott 10 Recruitment of the auditory cortex in congenitally deaf cats 191 Andrej Kral, Rainer Hartmann and Rainer Klinke 11 Critical periods for human cortical development: an ERP study in children with cochlear implant 211 Curtis W. Ponton Part III Somatomotor 12 Nueronal plasticity after stroke: evidence from animal models of postinjury recovery 229 Randolph J. Nudo and Ines Eisner-Janowicz 13 Reprogramming surviving motor cortex after stroke 255 Wolf Muellbacher and Mark Hallett 14 Cerebral reprogramming underlying functional recovery following stroke 271 Nicks Ward and Richard S. J. Frackowiak 15 Reorganization of somatosensory and motor cortex following peripheral nerve or spinal cord injury in primates 283 Jon H. Kaas and Yvonne Rothemund 16 Critical periods for functional recovery after cortical injury during development 295 Bryan Kolb and Robbin Gibb 17 Reprogramming the motor cortex for functional recovery after neonatal or adult unilateral lesion of the corticospinal system in the macaque monkey 307 E. M. Rouiller, T. Wannier, E. Schmidlin and Y. Liu 18 Adaptive functional changes in the cerebral cortex during multiple sclerosis 323 Hasini Reddy 19 Cortical reprogramming: significance for phantom phenomena and clinical implications 331 Herta Flor and Caroline Koeppe Part IV Cross-modal 20 Reprogramming cortex: the consequences of cross-modal plasticity during development 347 Jessica R. Newton, Ania K. Majewska, Charlene Ellsworth and Mriganka Sur 21 Adaptive plasticity and sensory substitution in the cerebral cortex 359 Josef P. Rauschecker 22 Activation of the visual cortex by Braille reading in blind subjects 375 Lotfi B. Merabet, Amir Amedi and Alvaro Pascual-Leone 23 Sound localization in early-blind human subjects: evidence for adaptive cortical plasticity 393 Dave Saint-Amour, Jean-Paul Guillemot, Maryse Lassonde and Franco Lepore Part V Cognition 24 The longitudinal study of spatial cognitive development in children with pre- or perinatal focal brain injury: evidence for cognitive compensation and for the emergence of alternative profiles of brain orginazation 413 Joan Stiles, Pamela Moses and Brianna M. Paul Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Cerebral Cortex -- physiology.
Neuronal Plasticity -- physiology.
Brain Injuries -- physiopathology.
Central Nervous System -- injuries.
Peripheral Nervous System -- injuries.