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Thus, human infant brain immaturity is likened to adult human and adult monkey brain damage. Clearly, there is great value to considering information about the development of the nervous system when studying cognitive and perceptual development. But the nervous system of the infant is not an incomplete or immature version of the adult nervous system. The development of a neural structure allows it to be incorporated into the neural system, which may contribute to additional cognitive and perceptual experiences than the ones of interest in a specific research study (Michel & Moore, 1995).
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