What Neuroscience Tells Us?
The rapid development of neuroscience has made it possible to study how brain learns and develops at the cellular and circuit level. According to neuroscience, the uniqueness of human brains develops initially through the first connection of the brain circuits, in which intrinsic mechanisms lay down the neural pathways. But the construction of the nervous system of humans is also influenced by our interactions with the environment which produce patterns of neural activity that shape the brain circuits.
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