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neural Darwinism


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The proposition that synaptic connections in the nervous system are shaped by competition, only those that turn out to be relatively useful surviving, the others disappearing through apoptosis or neural pruning. [So called by analogy with the competitive struggle for existence between organisms in Darwinian evolution]

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