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  1. If developing is “creating new neural connections” – then until a very old age. If a person is not affected by some disease – dementia or Alzheimer's disease-which causes the brain to degrade, then you can learn something new at any age. In fact, any memory is a new connection between neurons, and if a person is able to remember, his brain can still develop.

    But the ability to intensively form connections begins to decline by the age of 30 and beyond.

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