Neural Darwinism is a principle that, in the development of the nervous system , synapses form haphazardly at first, and then a selection process keeps some and rejects others. Neural Darwinism is Edelman's theory that groups of neurons are in constant competition with one another, each attempting to recruit adjacent neurons to their group and thus perform a particular function.

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