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Human brain imaging has identified structural changes in gray and white matter that occur with learning. However, ascribing imaging measures to underlying cellular and molecular events is challenging. Here we review human neuroimaging findings of structural plasticity and then discuss cellular and molecular level changes that could underlie observed imaging effects. Greater dialog between researchers in these different fields would help to facilitate cross-talk between cellular and systemsdoi:10.1038/nn.3045 pmid:22426254 pmcid:PMC3660656 fatcat:vfggkd5v2zfm5n2p7gncsn4uky