Children achieve close to adult cognitive ability before adolescence, NIH Study Says

A recently published paper by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, argues that in the development of a healthy human brain, most of the cognative ability is developed by the age of 11 or 12.

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  1. ursus

    wouldn’t it be interesting to study the cognative development of children who have been indoctrinated with the fear and irrationality of God in contrast with children who have not been indoctrinated? it probably would be a difficult task, because, where could enough non-indoctrinated children be found?

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