Study compares brain architecture in adults, children

Stanford researchers who studied the synchronization of brain signals said the basic architecture of the brain is the same in children and adults. They said that the parts of the adult brain that regulate complex information processing and decision-making are weaker in children but grow stronger as the brain matures.

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