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If there were a textbook example of the potential for adult neural plasticity, I’d be Exhibit A. Learning math and then science as an adult gave me passage into the empowering world of engineering. But these hard-won, adult-age changes in my brain have also given me an insider’s perspective on the neuroplasticity that underlies adult learning.Author: Barbara Oakley.
Learning basic math -- addition, subtraction and multiplication -- for adults is no different than learning basic math for children. The only real difference is that an adult's other cognitive abilities, including language, are usually better developed than those of a child at the same stage of math learning.