Programmed Ontogeny through Self-Adjusting Dynamic Architecture

Eloquence is evidence enough of a Master’s touch. We can see eloquence in the constrained fluidity of the genetic code. Here we can find evidence of a new kind of POSADA: Programmed Ontogeny through Self-Adjusting Dynamic Architecture. Clear examples of the POSADA principle can be seen in the Broca’s and Wernicke’s language areas within the human brain. The majority of the time, these are the language production and processing centers. In the case of a juvenile brain trauma, the brain can develop these language processing centers elsewhere. In scientific parlance, this is called “neural plasticity.” The evidence does not end there. Typically, visual images are processed in the occipital lobe. However, this region of the brain can be reprogrammed to process tactile sensory input if an unsighted person learns to read Braille at a young age.

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B.A.Ed, (English, Speech) University of Nebraska, 1993 M.S. (Psychology), University of Nebraska, 1999
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