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  1. The process of brain development ends with death. The brain is constantly doing something. It all depends on the tasks that we set for him.

    If you force your brain to constantly learn and learn new things, it will do it better and better. Neurogenesis (creation of neurons) and synaptogenesis (creation of connections between neurons) are possible at any age.

    The question is, over time, the body slags, including the brain. And neural connections are strongly strengthened, not wanting to relearn. Then yes, it becomes very difficult to learn than when you were young.

    But a healthy lifestyle: PP, light sports, constant learning of new things make our brain plastic and easy to learn. And then at any age you can significantly develop yourself.

  2. And it depends on what is meant by brain development. You know, the concept is quite extensible. Whether it is physical development or development specifically in terms of accumulation and knowledge. In general, development is an individual concept for each person. I think it doesn't stop for a few minutes if you don't want it to, if we're not talking about physiological developmental issues. Even at the age of 90, you can discover something new for yourself.

  3. Interesting question.

    Geniuses and intellectually gifted people (such as Einstein, Pushkin, Edison) were once kicked out of school, considering them mentally retarded.

    However, despite the declared mental retardation, these people achieved high intellectual achievements-and all after the age of 23, already at a more mature age.

    There are a lot of such examples, so mental development depends more on the internal motivation and orientation of the individual, and not on age.

  4. Strange question… even if someone's brain development as an organ of the body has ended, this cannot prevent this person from developing their mental abilities. Explore the world, gain experience, develop skills, and so on. This is a question of a person's desire, life position, profession, etc.

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