It is called synaptogenesis.
The area of the brain that is affected by cerebral palsy is the cerebrum, it involves connections between the cortex and the cerebelum. This disorder usually starts at an early age or at the time of birth.
It starts to develop in utero and completes most of its development by the mid twenties, between 21 to 25.
teenagers think about the offspring with girls
white matter is the area of the brain that contains neurons having what is called a myelin sheath. This sheath is a fatty coating between neuronal connections that makes communication between them much faster and more efficient. This is generally associated with well learned or heavily used connections. For example, your mother's name will certainly have this myelin sheath whereas that person you just met five minutes ago will take continued reinforcement to remember. grey matter is the brain's remaining area for potential growth and connections. white and grey areas are not separate entities that communicate per se. think of grey matter as undeveloped rural land with few or no roads, and white matter as a city with many venues of communication and a high density of information. grey matter is the brain's potential. thus the saying "use your grey matter".
Brain fissures are convolutions in the structure of the brain that form valleys between folds. The valleys are called fissures or sulci (plural of sulcus), and lie between the raised folds called gyri (singular gyrus).Many brain features are identified with fissures, including Broca's fissure, the Fissure of Sylvius, the central (Rolando's) fissure, and the hippocampal fissure.
kids have 'fluid intelligence' - since their brain connections between neurons (brain cells) are just developing, new information is retained much better than in adults, where much less brain development occurs
strengthen neural connections at the location that processes the experiences.
Some lower invertebrates have what is called a ganglia, which is basically a poorly developed brain, but many lower invertebrates have no brain, and just connections of nerves throughout the body, which is called a nerve net.
Because the connections in the brain are what makes your brain work, without connections there's nothing to process or indicate, the process of learning is severely affected by these connections, and if it weren't for them, well, my name wouldn't be Mr. Science 8=D~>-|o
The development of a big brain enabled humans to have more brain cells and discover things. it also created more connections to the body so hand-eye coordination developed to the aid of humans.
Social interaction and spoken language stimulate different parts of the brain than being alone and not talking or communicating. Learning builds new connections in the brain, and repetition of language and social interactions strengthens those connections, building social bonds, and enhancing communicative abilities.
Synapses are connections between neurons through which "information" flows from one neuron to another.
The between brain
A young brain is still in development. While an adult's brain has matured and, depending on age, could actually be in decline due to loss of brain cells.