What Age Does the Human Brain Stop Growing?

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The brain is the centre of the nervous system in all vertebrae and most invertebrate animals. The brain does not grow; rather, it develops in an intricately orchestrated sequence of stages. It changes its shape and forms a simple swelling at the earliest embryonic stage which advances on to a complicated array of areas and connections.
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