How To Pronounce Neuroplasticity?
“Neuroplasticity” is a hot buzzword in the world of psychology and neuroscience these days. But what does it actually mean?
Put simply, neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to adapt and change in response to experience. This means that our brains are constantly “rewiring” themselves in response to the things we do and the things we learn. Every time we have a new experience, our brains are changing and adapting.
So how do you actually pronounce neuroplasticity? The correct pronunciation is “noo-roh-plas-tee-eh-tee” (try saying that three times fast!). But don’t worry if you can’t quite get it right – even experts sometimes have trouble with this one!
It’s not as complicated as it looks! Just break it down into its three syllables: neu-ro-plas-ti-ci-ty.
Here’s a breakdown of how to pronounce each syllable:
NEU like the color “new”
RO like the sound a train makes
PLAS like the word “plastic”
TI like the word “tiny”
CI like the letter “C”
TY like the word “city”