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Neurons grow rapidly before birth. The Developing brain generates between 50 to 100 thousand new cells per second from the fifth through twentieth weeks of gestation. These brain cells migrate to different locations in the brain and begin to differentiate. However, if we understand where our potentials lie, we can stimulate these neurons to help us succeed in different fields.

Toddlers (age 1-4)

From birth through about age three there are vast numbers of connections and collections being recorded in the brain.
Benefits of our Analysis : Knowing a toddler’s potentials at the early age help parents make decisions on parenting styles and educational methods.

Children (age 4-12)

From age three through twelve the brain begins to prune the excessive synapses in an attempt to get organized and eliminate what is not necessary.
Benefits of our Analysis : At this age, Children are curious to learn and they can absorb more than they will when they grow older. Discovering their learning styles and areas of intelligences at this age gives a clue on what courses and activities they should spend more time on.

Teenagers & Young Adults (age 12-25)

The teenage years consist of more aggressive pruning as the brain begins to specialize and build an identity.
Benefits of our Analysis : Discovering learning styles at this age can better enhance one’s learning experience. It also serves as a guideline on what type of courses one should take.

Adult (age 25+)

Adulthood ushers in a bit of a pruning plateau, where some connections are diminished and others are enhanced.
Benefits of our Analysis : Understanding one’s areas of intelligences help an adult make decisions on careers. Understanding more about self can help adults communicate better and thus build better relationships. Employers can also apply dermatoglyphics analysis to find out the strength and weakness of their employees for position placement.